Ulrike Hill is a storyteller, business writing consultant and innovator. She mentors writers-in-a-rut as well as young talent. She co-authored Debbie Calitz: 20 Months of Hostage Hell (Penguin) and is the author of Tackling the Brickwall (Crink), a non-fiction book about schoolboy rugby in South Africa.
Ulrike has ghost-written numerous books. Her writing support project, Pushing Boulders, with Poet and Philanthropist, Athol Williams, made it to the number four top-seller list at Exclusive Books in December 2016.
Ulrike has more than twenty years’ experience in corporate marketing and education. She facilitates business and creative writing workshops and is an independent lecturer at Vega School of Branding. As an academic freelance writer for Pearson Publishers, Ulrike provides media and communication content for the Higher Education Department’s textbooks.
HDipEd: English and Remedial Education (1985)
BA: Communications and English (2006)
BA Honours: English and Media (2017)
BA Masters: Media Studies (current)
South African Council of Educators (SACE)
Public Relations Institute of South Africa (PRISA)