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25 Beautiful People: John Hill

Washington’s most beautiful people.

John Hill, 51

Photograph by Matthew Worden

CEO, Federal City Council Lives with his partner, an artist/lawyer

Are you a native Washingtonian? Born and raised! I lived in Washington, DC, until the third grade. Then my family moved to Prince George’s County.

What is it like to be called beautiful? I’ve never seen myself that way. It sounds strange to hear it declared by a magazine.

What is your dream job? I have it. To help make this city better and get paid for it is a dream job.

Do you have any guilty pleasures? Having a condo in South Beach and escaping on a weekend and lying on the beach and going to great restaurants and thinking about all the things I should be doing.

You have great skin. Do you get facials? Oh, God, I do, but do I have to tell people?

Where’s the most beautiful place in Washington? Standing on the porch of the Frederick Douglass House. You can see the Mall, all the monuments. You can also see the neighborhoods. It’s a vantage point of what this city’s all about.

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