Jessie Kimbrough Marshall, MD, MPH
Dr. Jessie Kimbrough Marshall
Dr. Jessie Kimbrough Marshall was appointed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer in December of 2020 to fill the seat of Jim Webb whose term had expired. She is appointed for a term expiring December 2028.
Dr. Jessie Kimbrough Marshall is a Detroit native and received her Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern Michigan University in 1995. Upon graduating from EMU, she attended medical school and completed an Internal Medicine-Pediatrics residency at Wayne State University School of Medicine. Later, she received her Master’s in Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health. Followed by completion of a General Internal Medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins University.
After residency training, she practiced primary care at Henry Ford Health System. She later relocated to Boston, MA, where she accepted a position at Harvard Medical School as Clinical Instructor. More recently, Dr. Kimbrough Marshall served as the Medical Director for the Washtenaw County Health Department for three years. Additionally, she practiced Hospital Medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School and remains as an adjunct clinical assistant professor.
As of late, Dr. Kimbrough Marshall has worked with faith-based, community-based, and healthcare organizations in Michigan and throughout the U.S. to present at town halls on COVID-19 prevention, safety, and racial disparities. Also, she volunteers at mobile COVID-19 testing and flu vaccinations clinics in Southeastern Michigan. Her work and advocacy for health equity and social justice have been featured in both local and national media.
Dr. Kimbrough Marshall serves as Vice Chair of the Educational Policies Committee and is a member of the Personnel and Compensation Committee.
First appointed: December 2020
Current term expires: December 2028
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