Nan Marshall, whose family’s roots trace back to colonial America, team-writes with her daughter Helen Broder. Marshall writes for business and family publications in coastal South Carolina and Georgia. Her stories focus primarily on social change and its leaders. By combining her experiences and skill sets with those of her daughter, Marshall uses her writing to show that life lessons can be learned from people across generational gaps.
After writing curricula for the gifted, Marshall taught in both private and inner-city public schools for fifteen years. She owned three restaurants and founded a highly successful pension-administration firm, which designed understandable formats and simplified language for 401(k) plans. She is a faithful member of her church and the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America.
Marshall graduated from Vassar College with a BA in history and from Georgia State University with a MA in early education. She enjoys traveling, reading, and swimming. She lives with her husband, Gene, in Savannah, Georgia.
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