Ivana Marshall

Ivana Marshall

Ivana Marshall, '17, is the assistant director of alumni engagement and inclusion initiatives at the College of William & Mary. She develops the engagement, leadership, and philanthropy of three identity-based alumni communities: Asian-Pacific Islander-Middle Eastern (APIM) alumni, Crim Dell Association of LGBTQ+ alumni, and LatinX alumni. She also chairs the University Advancement Diversity and Inclusion Committee.

Ivana began her career in higher education as the inbound immigration specialist at Hampton University, where she assisted faculty, staff, and students in their visa applications. Prior to that, she served as a Governor’s Fellow in the Office of Policy for Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe.  

As an undergraduate at the University of Richmond, she majored in leadership studies and international studies and minored in women, gender, and sexuality studies. Currently, she is a part-time student in William & Mary’s Higher Education Administration Leadership, Policy, and Planning master’s program. She is also a Social Justice and Diversity Research Fellow for the 2021-2022 academic year and is serving as president of the William & Mary Higher Education Student Association through December 2021.

The Williamsburg, Va., native has a passion for addressing human rights issues in institutions of higher education. She also loves engaging communities through education in meaningful ways, both in the United States and abroad. 

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