Marshall Davis is a program associate with JFF's Pathways to Prosperity team. In this role, he works closely with Possible Futures, a comprehensive middle school career awareness and exploration program providing in- and out-of-school career and STEM experiences geared to 6–10th graders. Marshall manages the implementation of the Possible Futures curriculum and provides support and professional development to pilot sites.
Previously, he served as a fellow with Citizen Schools, where he designed curricula that enabled underserved middle school students to explore various electives, facilitated apprenticeship classes with community partners and organizations to expose youth to growing career fields, and compiled student data to create lesson plans that supported students’ learning in math. He is also a R&B/hip-hop producer.
Marshall holds a bachelor's degree in history and education from the University of Massachusetts–Amherst.