ACHE Names Allan Marshall Executive Director of Advancement (Super Mover)

ACHE Names Allan Marshall Executive Director of Advancement (Super Mover)
Allan Marshall graduated from Baylor and has spent his career in Texas. (Provided)

Allan Marshall has been named executive director of advancement at the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education of Fort Smith. ACHE is a private, nonprofit institution, and its first college, the Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine, graduated its inaugural class in May 2021. ACHE opened its second school, the School of Physical Therapy, with its first class in June 2021. Marshall will join the leadership team of ACHE and help direct the organization’s fundraising and public engagement efforts.

Before joining the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education, Marshall was executive director of strategic advancement at South Texas College of Law Houston. He has 16 years of experience as a fundraising and advancement professional at multiple nonprofits and higher education institutions. He was the director of development at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and director of major gifts at Trinity University in San Antonio. Marshall worked in Waco as director of community development for the Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce. He also has served as a congressional, legislative and city intern for a former U.S. congressman, a Texas state representative and a Dallas city councilman. Throughout his career, Marshall has managed major and planned giving teams, developed annual giving and legacy programs, led fundraising campaigns, led corporate and foundation strategies, and engaged alumni, all of which he will work toward for ACHE. One of Marshall’s career achievements was serving as chief development officer for the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation for two years, where he worked to raise money for literacy programs.

Marshall graduated from Baylor University, where he was the student body external vice president and a member of the academy of civic engagement/leadership development. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in political science and minors in public relations and religion. He then obtained his Master of Education from Dallas Baptist University in Texas.

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