Jacqueline Marshall Hall
Jacqueline Marshall Hall is a champion for children, believing that every student is destined for greatness. Marshall Hall was born and raised in Prince George’s County and graduated from Largo High School. She went to the University of Maryland, College Park, where she received her bachelor of arts degree in communications. She obtained a master of arts degree in reading education from Bowie State and a master of science degree in administration and leadership from Trinity University. She has recently been accepted into the doctoral program with University of Maryland, College Park.
Marshall Hall has spent eight years as a teacher with the Prince George’s County school system, seven years in administration, and was a member of New Leaders for New Schools Principal’s Leadership Program. She was a resident principal at Dodge Park Elementary School from 2010–2011 and is currently in her third year as principal at Glenn Dale Elementary.
Marshall Hall is in the SUPES Academy. This is a comprehensive leadership development program established to prepare individuals who will be the next generation of school system leaders for the academic, political, legal, and logistical complexities of the world they seek to enter and lead.