About Tower Hill Resources

Overview

Bill Musick founded Tower Hill Resources (THR) in order to help public benefit organizations maximize their potential as they make decisions at key junctures  in their organization’s life.  The practice focuses on excellence in Board Development, Ethics and Accountability, Strategic Positioning, and Hospice Care Centers.

Bill’s work in board development encompasses assessment, training, and action planning with boards of all types of nonprofit organizations.   He has completed training with Hildy Gottlieb of the Creating the Future, BoardSource and the Alliance for Nonprofit Management.  Bill has also implemented changes in board expectations and policy as Vice Chair of the Board and Chair of the Governance Committee of St. Luke’s Hospital in San Francisco.   His board experience includes the Sutter Health System Visiting Nurses and Hospice Foundation and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.   He is certified by BoardSource as a one of approximately fifty nationally trained and accredited Governance Trainers, and is a contributing author to a resource for community benefit organizations, YOU and Your Nonprofit Board: Advice and Tips from the Field's Top Practitioners, Researchers, and Provocateurs, published by Charity Channel Press in June 2013.


Bill is a licensed consultant of the Standards for Excellence Institute, a national initiative to promote the highest standards of ethics and accountability in nonprofit governance, management and operations, and serves on their National Ethics Standards Committee.   As such, he performs training and evaluation related to best practices that increase awareness and help organizations achieve the highest standards of ethics and accountability in the governance and operations of their organization.  Ethics, transparency and accountability are themes that often work themselves into all areas of consulting in which THR is involved.

The Strategic Positioning work of THR includes all non-profit endeavors, but is heavily focused on hospice care.  THR’s work with hospices is typically performed in conjunction with The Corridor Group (TCG), a national consulting organization with which THR has been affiliated for over fifteen years.  Mr. Musick conducts market and financial analyses for hospices across the country, and is considered a national expert on the feasibility and development of hospice care centers.  He represents TCG on the National Hospice Work Group Inpatient Forum, a “think-tank” of progressive hospices focused on sharing best practices.