President and CEO of Hiller's Markets in Southfield, a chain of seven Michigan grocery stores. His father started the company in Detroit in 1941. Through his career, Hiller has endowed several community nonprofits and has contributed via sales at the stores. He developed Hiller's Buy Michigan Initiative to help stimulate the state economy, keep jobs in Michigan, and keep local dollars working locally. Hiller formed and endowed the Program for Understanding Neurological Diseases (PFUND) at the University of Michigan Medical School, which seeks treatments and cures for neurological diseases such as ALS. He also endowed the Hiller ALS Center at Wayne State University. Hiller received the Jane L. Cobb Promise Award from the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the Friend of Israel award from Yeshiva Akiva, and the Tree of Life award from the Jewish National Fund. He has been named Michigan's Top Executive by Corp!
magazine and received recognition awards from the World Federation of Holocaust Survivors, ALS of Michigan, and the American Cancer Society. Michigan's governor recognized Hiller as a Hometown Health Hero after he ended sales of tobacco products in his stores. The Hiller Foundation donated a water reservoir at Kibbutz HaSolelim and funded construction of the Hula Bird Sanctuary Visitor Center, both in Israel. Hiller is commodore of the Great Lakes Yacht Club; adjunct professor of law at the University of Detroit Mercy (UDM) School of Law; special investigator for the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission; member of the Prismatic Club; and member of the scientific review board of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. He is a fellow in the Royal Institute of Navigation, trustee of Beaumont Hospital, on the advisory board of the University of Michigan Health System, and a director of ALS of Michigan. He received his law degree from UDM School of Law and practiced law before joining the family company.