Marshall & Marshall Nonprofit Consulting was established in 2014 by a husband and wife team in metro Atlanta. The business was founded as a response to the many requests individuals had about grant funding for nonprofits. Since 2013, Marsha has provided consultations and advice to several individuals who have expressed interest in getting grant funding for new and smaller nonprofits. Marshall & Marshall Nonprofit Consulting is a premier business providing grants management and program evaluation services. Our reach has extended to nonprofit organizations in Georgia as well as the southeastern, northeastern, and western regions of the United States. Mission Statement Marshall & Marshall Nonprofit Consulting educates and equips new and aspiring nonprofits with the tools and resources needed to impact their communities. Our mission is to prepare today’s nonprofits for tomorrow’s success by providing a high level of expertise, professionalism, and customer service. Vision To ensure satisfaction, sustainability, and success for new and existing nonprofit organizations from infancy and beyond.
Flat Rock Homes
Fertile Ground NEWY, Inc.
Forest Lake Christian School
Humans Unifying Global Solutions (HUGS)
Feed My Sheep Ministries, Inc.
Haven for Humanity
Operation Safe Haven
DeKalb County Board of Health
Meet The Team
What happens when a creative writer and a math whiz get married? They birth a business that produces award winning grant proposals and impactful program evaluation services. Marsha, also known as the ‘Word Doctor’, believes there is an art and science to writing compelling narratives. Marsha understands the importance of truly knowing the mission of an organization to visually paint a picture with words. She uses her gift for creative writing and story telling to illustrate the purpose and vision of each nonprofit. Motiere, the ‘Numbers Guru’, uses his knack for numbers during data analysis and budget reviews. He believes that numbers, which are derived from outcomes, show true impact. They tell the who (who was involved?), the what (what was measured?), and the how (how much time/money was invested?). Additionally, he believes if the numbers can prove the impact, the impact can lead to grant funding.
Together Marsha and Motiere combine expertise and knowledge in quantitative and qualitative data/information to fully showcase the uniqueness of each nonprofit we serve.
Motiere Marshall, MSA
Co-Founder, CFO and Financial Consultant Motiere “Moe” Marshall has always inspired to be an entrepreneur since he was a preteen. He earned his bachelor’s degree from American Intercontinental University and his Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University. He launched his career in financial services in 2005 with assisting clients with basic financial transactions and is currently 10 years later working with as a senior financial analyst in auditing and compliance. In addition, he has taken on that task of being a financial coach by helping middle class families become properly protected, debt free and financially independent. Moe has exceptional problem solving skills and experience in providing top quality solutions to ensure a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Motiere Marshall has the ability to multitask coupled with flexibility in daily routine to meet immediate goals and balance changing priorities.
Marsha L. Marshall, PhD, MPH
Founder, Principal, and Senior Consultant Marsha has humble beginnings from the rural town of Fort Valley, GA. At a very young age, Marsha knew that she wanted to educate and empower underserved communities. She has always had a passion for health and began her professional career in health promotion upon receiving her Bachelor of Science from Georgia Southern University in 2006. Marsha has worked in corporate wellness for organizations including, WellStar Hospital and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2009, Marsha earned her MPH from Walden University and began her career in nonprofits. She began her nonprofit journey with program development and community outreach, but later gained experience in grant reviewing and writing. Her grant writing success includes awarded grant funding of more than $500,000. Now, Marsha is a budding nonprofit professional with seven years of experience in grant reviewing, prospect research, foundation and corporate grant proposals, matching gifts, marketing, fundraising, and community outreach. With a wealth of knowledge in nonprofit management, Marsha wants to help nonprofits become sustainable and make long lasting impacts in their communities.
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What People Are Saying
“Thank you once again for all of your hard work on this grant! It is always so excited to see our program “dreams” come so close to fruition. —Thank you for your work to make this possible!”
“Thank you so much for your hard work! The board and I really appreciate your help for us to get funds!”
“Can I just say… I’m so impressed by you. Already this experience has been 200% times better than my last experience. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”