Graduate Student Marshall Anthony, Jr. Speaks for EOI

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Fall surrounds the Memorial Belltower. PHOTO BY ROGER WINSTEAD

Marshall Anthony, Jr. has made an impact on many NC State organizations during his time on campus. Now a first-year master’s student in Higher Education Administration, Marshall graduated with a degree in Human Resource Management in 2014.

As an undergraduate, Marshall was the founding president of Poole Council student government, chair of the Afrikan American Student Advisory Council, co-founder of AYA Ambassadors, executive board member of Uninhibited Praise Gospel Choir, mentor in the Peer Mentor Program and Symposium counselor.

Marshall is currently a graduate assistant in DASA and for Pack’s P.A.C.T. Men of Color Initiative, academic coach with Academic Advising Services, member of NASPA, alumni advisor for Uninhibited Praise Gospel Choir and Black Alumni Society young alumni chair.

Marshall was a 2015 Chancellor’s Creating Community Award nominee in the category of Outstanding Student. Also a 2015 Equal Opportunity Institute (EOI) graduate, Marshall recently spoke about his EOI experience. You can view the video on our YouTube channel. Congratulations, Marshall!

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