Jemicy School, which educates above-average to gifted college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences, is pleased to announce Annie Marshall has been named the school’s new Special Events Coordinator.
Prior to joining Jemicy, Marshall served as the Assistant Director of Business Operations and Marketing for Loyola University’s Department of Recreational Sports. In her role as Special Events Coordinator, Marshall will assist the Office of Institutional Advancement with planning and organizing campus events. She will also work closely with the Development Director on fundraising initiatives, donor and alumni communications, and serve as a liaison for the Parents’ Association.
“Annie has had tremendous experience working with students, faculty, administrators, member services representatives and student development teams,” said Ben Shifrin, Head of School. “With her ability to build meaningful relationships, she will serve not only as a valued addition to Jemicy, but also as an excellent liaison between our community of donors, alumni, and families to keep them informed and engaged with our events and activities.”
Marshall graduated from Gustatvus Adolphus College in Minnesota, where she earned a Bachelor of Art degree in English. She then went on to receive a Master of Arts in Education at the University of St. Thomas. Throughout her career, Marshall has held numerous positions from program assistant to humane educator, program director, teacher, and student development liaison. She is also a certified Aquatics Facility Operator, Green Dot College Instructor and Humane Educator.
About Jemicy School
Jemicy School, founded in 1973, provides a highly individualized, flexible, and challenging education for above-average to gifted college-bound students with dyslexia or other related language-based learning differences. A recognized leader in the field of education, Jemicy is the first school in the country to be accredited by the International Dyslexia Association. Jemicy educates students between the ages of six and eighteen on two campuses. The Lower and Middle School and the Upper School are each based in Owings Mills, Maryland just a short distance from one another. For more information, please visit www.jemicyschool.org.