Catherine MarshallFacilitator, Retired Faculty Program
Catherine Marshall, Ph.D. is a retired faculty member of the School of Education. Marshall, a long-time member of the Educational Leadership faculty, has written extensively on women’s issues in North Carolina, nationally, and internationally and is the author or editor of numerous books.
Marshall has been nationally recognized for her work on feminism and social justice as the recipient of the Campbell Lifetime Achievement and Contributions Award from the University Council for Educational Administration; the Willystine Goodsell Award for scholarship and activism on behalf of women and girls from the American Educational Research Association; and the Bailey Award for Intellectually Shaping the Field from the Politics of Education Association.
She has led Leadership for Social Justice, an international scholar/activist organization pushing for more equity-oriented school leadership.
At the School of Education, Marshall established and taught for many years the course Gender, Policy, and Leadership. She has also taught at the University of Pennsylvania and at Vanderbilt University.