Myron Marshall, Jr.

A Philadelphia native, Myron Marshall promotes brotherly love and sisterly affection in the public sector. Myron previously served as a Legislative Aide for the Delaware House Democratic Caucus. In this role, Myron assisted members of the Delaware General Assembly, provided services to constituents, researched legislation, and served as proxy for assigned legislators. Myron also acted as the general liaison and provided technical assistance to state agencies, federal and local governmental officials, and the general public.

Prior to serving the Delaware General Assembly, Myron served at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware as the statewide coordinator for two programs, Beating the Odds Studying STEM (BOSS), a program dedicated to getting minority youth interested in STEM while promoting entrepreneurship and Pegasus ArtWorks. In the roles mentioned, Myron was able to acquire a total $33,000 in program funding and provide services to over 500 children statewide.

In 2015, Myron served as a Public Ally AmeriCorps Apprentice. As a Public Ally, Myron was placed with a local non-profit agency for 10 months and tasked with expanding the capacity of services provided by that assigned organization. In addition to gaining practical employment experience, Myron also received leadership and professional development training. At the end of ten month’s term of service, Myron completed a total of 1700 hours of community service.

Myron graduated West Chester University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Applied Public Policy, and received his Master’s of Public Administration from Baruch College.