Gail D. Marshall

Gail Marshall
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Gail D. Marshall's Biography

Type Of Business:
Consulting firm
Marketing Area:
Regional
Expertise:
Case management; Geriatric nursing; Pediatric nursing; Medical-surgical nursing; Teaching; Training; Counseling
Major Product/SVS:
Consulting services for administrators of the developmentally disabled; Assisted living and long-term care services
Favorite Business Publication:
Nursing Management
Hobbies/Sports:
Golfing; Reading; Traveling
Education Degrees:
Master of Business Administration, University of Phoenix (2010); Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Coppin State University (1989); Bachelor of Science in Management Science, Coppin State University (1989); Licensed Practical Nurse, Delaware Technical & Community College (1983); Associate of Arts in General Education, Baltimore City Community College (1981); Diploma in Business Administration and General Science, Saint Frances Academy High School (1966)
Affiliations Awards:
RN Progression Committee, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center; Former President, Student Nurses Association of Delaware Technical & Community College; The American Nurses Association, Inc.; Gamma Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc.; Developmental Disabilities Nursing Association; Former President, Student Nurses Association, Coppin State University; Former President, Black Nurses Association of Baltimore, Inc.; Former President, District II, Maryland Nurses Association; Former Second Vice President, Maryland Nurses Association; Former Co-Chair, Nurses Day at Fells Point, Maryland Nurses Association; Former President, Maryland Association of Nursing Students; NBNA
Industry:
Nursing Case Management
Date of Distinction:
2/7/2007
Work History:
RN Charge Nurse, Charles H. Hickey Jr. School, Maryland Department of Juvenile Services, Baltimore, MD (2007-Present); RN Supervisor, FutureCare NorthPoint Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Baltimore, MD (2006-Present); RN Supervisor, Manor Care Nursing Home, Baltimore, MD (2005-2006); RN Supervisor, Millennium Northwest Nursing Home, Baltimore, MD (2002-2004); RN, Nathan Networks, Inc., Baltimore MD (2001-2006); RN, Case Manager, Delegating Nurse, Selfpride, Inc., Baltimore, MD (1992-2007); RN, Northwest Hospital Center, Randallstown, MD (1998-2001); RN, Charge Nurse, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD (1990-1999); LPN, Joseph Ritchie Hospice Facility, Baltimore, MD (1990-1997); RN, Medical Staffing Services, Baltimore, MD (1989-Present); LPN, Baltimore Recovery Center, Baltimore, MD
What do you feel separates you from the rest of the professionals in your industry?:
Ms. Marshall's dedication and hard work separate her from her peers.
What has been the most outstanding thing you have done thus far in your career?:
The most gratifying aspect of her career has been her ability to maintain a professional attitude amid the many regulatory statutes in the industry.
How would you like to be remembered by your peers?:
Ms. Marshall would like to be remembered by her peers for her passion for helping others to reach their goals.
If you could solve one problem in the world today, what would it be?:
Ms. Marshall would like to raise consciousness regarding health care for the homeless.
If you could have lunch with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be and why?:
Ms. Marshall would like to have lunch with her father.
Throughout the duration of your career, what was the one highlight that stood out the most?:
The most gratifying aspect of her career is seeing her clients live beyond their estimated life span.
Charity:
Mentor, Nursing Students, Merganthaler Vocational-Technical Senior High School; Various Homeless Organizations; Former Mentor, Dunbar High School; Former Tutor, Helene Fuld School of Nursing, Coppin State University
Number Of Years In Profession:
45
Number Of Years In Current Position:
17
What Does He/She Attribute Success To:
She attributes her success to her customer service skills.
Why did you become involved in your profession or industry?:
She became involved in her profession because she enjoyed meeting the needs of people and the flexibility it offered.
Extended Bio Profile:
Ms. Marshall's passion for health care attracted her to the industry. She also had an opportunity to work in the emergency room at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was inspired by her father, Richard L. Marshall, to follow her goals. She is passionate that caring can make a difference, and her personal mantra is, "I can do this." Ms. Marshall advises others aspiring to enter the profession to keep themselves educated in the field. She would like to dedicate this recognition to her mother, Margaret L. Marshall, for never letting her give up. Ms. Marshall is currently working with the Maryland Department of Juvenile Services in a school for troubled males aged 10 to 21, which has provided her with a deeper understanding of youths' preventive health care needs. It's extremely important for her to inform her colleagues, family and friends that immunization throughout the life span can and does reduce chronic health diseases.
Position Responsibilities and Duties:
Monitoring 40 care providers; Training employees
Education Certifications:
Registered Nurse; Certification in IV Therapy Immunizations; Certified CPR Instructor, The American Red Cross; Certified First Aid Instructor, The American Red Cross; Effective Trainer, Kennedy Krieger Institute
Awards/Honors:
Harriet Tubman Award for Achievement in Nursing
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