Marseille L. Allen

Marseille Allen is a seasoned servant leader, bringing a wealth of professional expertise in political advising and community advocacy to her roles. With an impressive career spanning almost 15 years as a probation agent and master trainer with the Michigan Department of Corrections, Marseille’s grassroots work garnered recognition that led to a prestigious presidential appointment to the U.S. Department of Labor. Prior to joining the MDOC, Marseille worked for the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy, and taught English in Anyang-Shi, South Korea.
Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Marseille holds a master’s degree in Sociology from Wayne State University and is a graduate of Wellesley College. Marseille is a Certified Leadership Fitness Coach™️ – Institute for Leadership Fitness and is Lean Six Sigma certified. Currently serving as the Community Partnerships Manager at The University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability, Marseille also wears the hat of founding principal at The Fairfield Group. She is a board trustee at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, and the co-founder of the Sixth Circuit Combat Veterans Treatment Court of Oakland County and The Warriors Trust Fund.

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