Hybrid and resonant switched-capacitor (SC) converters have the potential to achieve higher power densities than conventional DC-DC converters. This work presents an interleaved, 20 V to 120 V, resonant SC converter which could be used in applications that benefit from high power density and efficiency. The resonant topology of this SC converter enables a compact and efficient design that minimizes losses. We use a new split-phase control scheme that incorporates precisely timed additional transition states to increase the converter efficiency. A two-phase interleaved design increases the output power and simultaneously decreases the output ripple through harmonic cancellation. In addition to experimental evaluation of a 95.7% efficient, GaN-based prototype of this interleaved converter, an analysis of current sharing between interleaved phases is performed.