Alycia Marshall

2022-23 Aspen Rising Presidents Fellow
Dr. Alycia Marshall is the vice president for Academic and Student Success at the Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) where she oversees Academic Affairs, Student Support Services and Student Life. Prior to joining CCP, Marshall earned the status of tenured full Professor of Mathematics at Anne Arundel Community College (AACC) in Maryland, eventually becoming Chair of the Mathematics Department and later the Associate vice president for Learning and Academic Affairs. She served as the Principal Investigator and founder of the Engineering Scholars Program, a National Science Foundation grant-funded project which provided scholarships and support services to underrepresented students in STEM.

Marshall is the founder and visionary of AACC’s inaugural African American Leadership Institute providing targeted leadership development to faculty and staff of color. She holds a Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from the University of Maryland College Park, a master of arts degree in teaching from Bowie State University and a bachelor of arts degree in Mathematics from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

Marshall is one of the Charles A. Dana Center’s inaugural Mathematics Pathways Leadership Fellows and has been awarded the 2015 INSIGHT Into Diversity Magazine’s “100 Inspiring Women in Stem Award”, the John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award (2017) and the League Excellence Award (2022) from the League of Innovation in the Community College. She is a peer evaluator for the Middle States Commission of Higher Education and a member of the Carnegie Math Pathways Steering Committee. Marshall served on the Maryland Mathematics Reform Initiative Steering Committee eventually changing state regulations for general education to allow for alternative mathematics pathways and increased student success. Dr. Marshall is the co-lead of the Lower Division Pathways Mathematics Advisory Group (MAG) for TPSE (Transforming Post-Secondary Education) Math leading and supporting math reform initiatives nationwide.