Servant – Minister – Author – Project Manager – Operations Specialist – Leader – Musician
With more than 20 years of utilities and facilities management experience and over 30 years of ministry experience, Rev. Marshall, the pastor and founder of Fountain of Hope Christian Church and the Director of Asset Management, leads the Asset Management function within the Asset Management and Sustainability Division of the Planning and Development Bureau of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) the world’s most traveled airport with more than 100 million passengers in 2015 and the most efficient airport. Rev. Marshall led ATL to be the first airport’s energy management system to be accredited to the ISO 50001 standard which has won the airport the Environmental Leaders 2016 Top Project Award and the 2016 Association of Energy Engineers Institutional Energy Management Award for Region II. Nationally, Rev. Marshall served on the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) panel with the Transportation Research Board which developed the first guidebook for water efficiency management at U.S. airports, ACRP Report 154, released in 2016. He currently is an ambassador for ACRP in the southeast U.S. advocating for aviation research through Southeast United States. Rev. Marshall holds several graduate degrees and certifications. Rev. Marshall is a Certified Energy Manager, a Certified Energy Auditor, a Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional, a Certified Building Commissioning Professional, a Project Management Professional, and a Change Management Certified Professional.
Rev. Marshall, serving as an advocate today on councils, boards, publishing articles and speaking around the world, has worked with the United States Department of Defense as a Resource Efficiency Manager focusing on energy management, energy performance contracting, building automated systems, energy security, and renewable energy. Moving toward federally mandated energy goals, Fort Benning, the U.S. Army’s largest training installation, has received numerous accolades for its energy program with Rev. Marshall serving on the energy management team. In addition, Rev. Marshall developed the energy management program and led the energy management team of the Atlanta Housing Authority, at that time, the fourth largest housing authority in the U.S., to automate the billing process and to implement the first energy savings performance contract for a public housing authority. Being a former college instructor, a current Christian College of Georgia trustee, a charter member of the Association of Energy Engineering Energy Manager Society, Atlanta Better Buildings Challenge Steering Committee member, a member of the Emory University’s Center for Ethics CREATE program advisory council, the Utilities Committee Chair for the ATL Ecodistrict (the world’s first airport ecodistrict), and involvement in other organizations, Rev. Marshall continues to promote asset management, energy management, environmental stewardship, and sustainability.
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