Elected: October 2020
Term Ending: October 2024
Marshall is an Associate Professor in the department of Health Policy and Community health and is the Armstrong Campus Program Director for the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health. Shel holds an MPH from East Stroudsburg University and a DrPH from Georgia Southern University. She is also a certified health education specialist.
Marshall has over 16 years of community engagement experience including fostering partnerships and relationships with grass roots organizations, state coalitions, non-profits and national associations, particularly around health inequities. These experiences, along with her completion of the Georgia Governor’s Teaching Fellows Program and the Health Equity Leadership Institute, have contributed to her commitment to addressing the social determinants of health through community engagement, enhancing student leadership, and conveying the importance of achieving health equity. Dr. Marshall has also worked with both Rural and Urban populations to identify and address barriers in various community health issues.
Marshall has been a faculty member since Fall 2013 and has been involved in securing grants as a PI, Co-PI, and contributor in community based programming and participatory research including recently funded grants from CDC (2018) REACH (Savannah H.O.P.E.) on which she is a contributor leading the breastfeeding initiative and a grant from the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health (2019) on which she is the PI to implement evidence based programming in a Chatham County high school to prevent opioid use.