FACULTY Jack Marshall
is the president of ProEthics, Ltd., which he founded 16 years ago. He has taken his combined experience gleaned from a diverse career in law, public policy, academia, and theater and applied it to the field of legal, business, and organizational ethics. Mr. Marshall has developed more than 130 programs for bar associations, law firms, Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations, and U.S. federal, state, and local governments. His work has also taken him from Nigeria for the International Bar Association to present ethics programs to attorneys in emerging African democracies to Mongolia for the training of the new post-Soviet Judiciary there.
A member of the Massachusetts and D.C. Bar Associations, Mr. Marshall writes about ethical issues in the areas of law, business, politics, and entertainment on “Ethics Alarms” (www.ethicsalarms.com
), the ProEthics blog that fosters discussion of ethical issues among its readership. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Georgetown University Law Center, and his articles and essays on topics ranging from leadership and ethics to popular culture have appeared in a variety of legal and public policy publications, as he has appeared on national radio programs such as PBS’ “Religion and Ethics Weekly,” Neil Cavuto’s “NewsHour,” and NPR’s “Tell Me More.”
Mr. Marshall is also founder and artistic director of a non-profit professional theater company dedicated to producing classic American plays.