Consultant in Non-profit and Educational Sectors &
Coach for Halftime Institute
Marsha has a passion for developing and empowering leaders to discover their strengths, embrace their passions and connect with opportunities to change the world in their own unique ways. After earning a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Leadership Development, she spent 16 years in the educational technology spaces. In 2016, during her own Halftime, she left her corporate career behind to start a school in Tanzania, Africa.
Sixteen months later, the school was thriving with 300+ students. With her goals met, she heard God’s whisper that it was time to move on to a new adventure. In 2018, she and her husband, Dale, became involved in The Halftime Institute and realized that significance in their “second half” was a journey that provided meaning and purpose.
Through Halftime, Marsha was introduced to Bridge2Rwanda and immediately knew this was her place to serve. Now, as part of the B2R initiative of globally educating the brightest African students, she is passionate about Rwanda’s unique potential to lead the African continent in business and economic development.