Jason Marshall (he, him, his) is an education designer with extensive experience in a myriad of educational settings including charter and public schools, community-based organizations, national and international non-profits, and mental health organizations. Bringing with him over 18 years of experience as an educator and a deep knowledge of learning differences, Jason has worked at the intersections of content and curriculum development, anti-oppression facilitation, and designing accessible learning spaces for both young people and adult learners from marginalized communities.
Jason has been engaged in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts throughout his career.
He is the Co-Founder of Jackson & Marshall Consulting Group LLC (JMC), an anti-oppression and educational equity consulting firm that is purposed to guide communities and organizations in bringing ideas of positive systemic change to fruition. Some of his strengths include fostering critical examinations of power, systems of oppression, institutional culture, purposeful communication, and intelligible action plans for creating environments grounded in principles of equity and justice. In this role, he has provided education consulting services to the Oak Foundation, Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), and Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools. Additionally, he is the Social Emotional Content Manager for the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.
Jason holds a Master of Science in Student Development in Higher Education from Central Connecticut State University and a Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Development from the University of Minnesota