Dr. Anne Marshall is full blood Muscogee Creek from Holdenville, Oklahoma. She is a community activist and is involved with Creek Elders in her local community. She has spoken to various groups on Indigenous issues, racism, human rights violoations around the world.
She has a background in Psychology and Sociology. She began her career in tribal government in the field of education, Native American Coalition of Tulsa (Urban Indian Center) as Director of Social Services, Housing Counselor for the Tulsa Housing Authority, Supervisor for Division of Probation & Parole in Alternatives to Incarceration Programs for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, Senior Community Relations Specialist for the Oklahoma Human Rights Commission, Associate General Secretary for the General Commission on Christian Unity & INterreligious Concerns of the United Methodist Church and Interim Executive Secretary for Native American Ministries Office the General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church.
Anne has been a volunteer for Domestic Violence Shelters, Sexual Assault Units, Indigenous issues nationally and locally.