Marshall Hill is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee who now resides in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a graduate of Furman University, and currently works in risk management and controls for a large financial institution. Marshall began his involvement with the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida in 2017 through the Weaver Philanthropic Initiative, a comprehensive program which prepares young individuals for their journey in philanthropy. In the years following, he has continued to leverage the foundation’s resources and expertise, using his own donor-advised fund to support organizations in numerous fields including education, healthcare, and religion. He is active within his church, as well as his alma mater. He also serves on the finance committee for the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund.

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CANCELLED – Supporting Young Leaders & Next-gen to Develop Philanthropic Identities

Posted on January 14, 2021 by Ashton Kao, Marshall Hill, Thalie Waters, Duncan McLaren, Brendan Adams

*CANCELLED: Given that a majority of our speakers are in Texas with snow and major power outages, we have cancelled this webinar. We are wishing our speakers well during the storms.* Family members of all ages strive to balance their individual identities—who they want to be and what they stand for—with their connection to their family’s identity, values, and culture… Read More