Baker College’s Kristina Marshall Honored as 2021 Notable Executive in DEI
June 4, 2021
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Baker College, Michigan’s largest, private non-profit college and top private transfer school in the state, is proud to announce that Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer and Director of Human Services Programming, Dr. Kristina Marshall, has been named a Crain’s 2021 Notable Executive in DEI.
Marshall, whose work with cultural diversity students became the catalyst for the DEI Council’s signature program, was instrumental in the launch of Baker’s mandatory DEI foundational training series for faculty and staff. She also developed Baker’s Misunderstood Panel to dispel misunderstandings and stereotypes of current events and systemic problems in society.
“Kristina Marshall possesses an insurmountable passion and drive to advance the world through the DEI lens,” said Dr. Lesa Louch, president of Online and Graduate Studies and a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion officer at Baker College.
In addition, Marshall serves on the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education’s advisory council where she is co-chair of the Faculty Interest & Needs Committee.
We are #BakerProud of Kristina’s work at Baker College and in our communities!