Jack Marshall is president and founder of ProEthics, and personally develops its original training programs. He is also its primary ethics trainer, having created and facilitated more than 200 different interactive seminars, retreats and training sessions on ethics, compliance, leadership, management, and harassment.
Jack has taken the experience gleaned from a diverse career in law, public policy, academia and theater, and applied it to the field of legal, business, workplace and organizational ethics.
A graduate of Harvard College, where he specialized in American Government and leadership, and Georgetown University Law Center, he practiced criminal law in Massachusetts and organization law in the District of Columbia, and led non-profit organizations devoted to education, public policy research, and health. He is a member of the Massachusetts bar and the District of Columbia bar.
He served on the adjunct faculty of the Washington College of Law at American University in Washington, D.C., teaching legal ethics from 2006-2008. His commentary on topics ranging from leadership to ethics to popular culture have appeared in O Magazine, The Virginia Monthly, The Weekly Standard, Trial, and numerous state bar publications. He has been featured on many public policy radio and TV shows, including NPR’s “Tell Me More,” PBS’s Religion and Ethics Weekly,and many local and internet broadcasts.
He is also an award-winning stage director, and is the artistic director for The American Century Theater, a professional non-profit theater company dedicated to producing classic American plays. With Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Ed Larson, he compiled and edited “The Essential Words and Writings of Clarence Darrow,” published in 2007.
He lives in Alexandria, Virginia with his wife and business partner, Grace Marshall, their son Grant, and their Jack Russell Terrier, Rugby. Like many who are interested in the nature of good, evil, justice, and chaos, Jack Marshall is a lifetime fan of the Boston Red Sox.