As a nationally certified nurse educator with over 19 years of experience in acute care and academic settings, Dr. Marshall brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to nursing education and the discussion on health and wellness. Her journey in nursing education began as a clinical nurse specialist within a level-1 Trauma Center. In 2008, she transitioned to nursing academia and thoroughly enjoys and honors the privilege of training and nurturing future nurses and nurse leaders. She is passionate about public health nursing and firmly believes that through caring in education and skillfully guided interventions, we can teach, assist, and motivate individuals into health ownership.


As an advocate for health awareness, Dr. Marshall actively volunteers for community events, health fairs, and seminars throughout the tri-county area, including recurring health presentations at local churches and community functions on health and wellness.
Dr. Marshall’s primary research interests include breast health in minority women and the intersectionality of spirituality and health. Other areas of interest are:

  • Health Equity
  • Faith Community Nursing (FCN)
  • Community-based participatory research (CBPR)
  • Virtual Learning & Healthcare


  • Evaluation in Nursing Education
  • Population Health: Nursing Situations
  • Learning Strategy and Human Development
  • Chronic Care Nursing Situations for Adults and Aging Populations
  • Professional Development in Nursing: Ethical and Legal
  • Nursing Practice Immersion

Recent Publications

  • Cavanaugh, C., Condry, H.M., Afable, C. F., Morris, M., De, S, Madison, H. E., Marshall, J., Paul Victor, C., & Weiner, M. (2023). Immersive Learning and Participatory Engagement: Connecting in the Online Classroom through Virtual Reality. The International Journal of Distance Education Technologies, 21 (1), 1-19.
  • Marshall, J. (2016). Dissertation (Qualitative findings): Breast health Attitudes in Afro-Caribbean Women. The Association of Black Nursing Faculty Journal 27(4), 88-91.
  • Hershorin, I., Schwal, L., Olea, J., Shaw, M., McGregor, D., Marshall, J., … Chin, C. (2016). Mentoring future nurse leaders: Collaboration between a Sigma Theta Tau chapter and nursing student association. Virginia Henderson Global Nursing e-repository. Retrieved from here.
  • Barnes, C., Archibald, C., Marshall, J. (2016). Intergenerational Priorities of the Church of God in Jamaica and the Implications for Education, Evangelism and Health. International Journal of Social Sciences and Education, 3(1), 4-13.
  • Marshall, J., & Archibald, C. (2015). The Influence of Spirituality on Health Behaviors in an Afro-Caribbean Population. The Association of Black Nursing Faculty Journal, 2(1), 4-10.


Post-Doctoral Work
  • 2016-Center for Health Equity Research (CHER) Summer Research Institute, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Professional Certifications
  • 2011: FCN-Faith Community Nurse Certificate
  • 2012: CNE-Certified Nurse Educator
  • 2012-Present: QM-Quality Matters Certified Instructor
  • 2020-Present: DEI-Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Certification
  • 2020-Present: Mental Health First-Aid Certification