Detroit-Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor, Michigan
Jessie Kimbrough Marshall, MD, MPH, attended medical school and completed an Internal Medicine-Pediatrics residency at Wayne State University. She received a MPH focused on Health Policy and Management from Harvard School of Public Health and completed a General Internal Medicine fellowship at Johns Hopkins University. Her work experience includes primary care practice, HIV care, hospital medicine, and public health leadership. Presently, she is adjunct faculty at the University of Michigan and a medical director for a Medicaid health maintenance organization, Meridian/Centene Corporation. Her interests include: the social determinants of health, population health, and social justice advocacy. Most recently, she has worked with faith-based, community-based, and healthcare organizations throughout the U.S. to present at town halls on COVID-19 prevention, safety, and racial disparities. Her work and advocacy has been featured in both local and national media.