Marshall Averill

Marshall Averill

Michigan House, District 32, MI

Marshall is an educator, coach, and volunteer whose career has been dedicated to empowering marginalized communities through education and fierce advocacy. He is running to fight for progressive policies that will benefit all Michiganders. As an educator, Marshall knows the importance of access to a quality education. That is why he is fighting to make Michigan’s Community Colleges tuition free. As a young Black man, he is keenly aware of the mistreatment that marginalized communities suffer at the hands of law enforcement, and he will fight for common sense polices that will demand police accountability.

Marshall has a bachelor’s degree from Eastern Michigan University in Political Science with a concentration in State and Local Government and a Non-Profit Administration minor. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Public Policy at Michigan State University. In 2017, he was recognized by the 99th Michigan State Legislature for the positive impact his work with AmeriCorps and United Way of Washtenaw County had on the community. Today, he looks forward to creating positive change for his neighbors at home and across Michigan.