by Mark Mazelin
Jennifer Marshall, vice president for the Institute for Family, Community and Opportunity at the Heritage Foundation and the Joseph C. and Elizabeth A. Anderlik Fellow, will speak in chapel at Cedarville University on Tuesday, Oct. 9, and Wednesday, Oct. 10. Chapel begins at 10 a.m.
Marshall joined the Heritage Foundation in 2003. She oversees research about life, marriage and religious liberty to determine the strength and character of American society. Marshall also edits the Heritage Foundation’s annual “Index of Culture and Opportunity,” which evaluates factors needed to sustain freedom and opportunity in America.
Marshall is also the senior research fellow at the Institute of Technology and Public Life at Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C., where she also serves as a visiting lecturer in practical theology.
Before her work at the Heritage Foundation and Reformed Theological Seminary, Marshall was a senior director of family studies for the Family Research Council, a public policy Christian think tank. She taught a year for the American School in Lyon, France. Marshall was also a policy analyst for Empower America, a free-market think tank.
She has published a book, “Now and Not Yet: Making Sense of Single Life in the Twenty-First Century,” a guide for single women about living with purpose and contentment. She has also written articles for “The Daily Signal” and The Gospel Coalition.
Located in southwest Ohio, Cedarville University is an accredited, Christ-centered, Baptist institution with an enrollment of 4,193 undergraduate, graduate and online students in more than 150 areas of study. Founded in 1887, Cedarville is recognized nationally for its authentic Christian community, rigorous academic programs, strong graduation and retention rates, accredited professional and health science offerings and leading student satisfaction ratings. For more information about the University, visit www.cedarville.edu.