MS. STEPHANIE MARSHALL, RN, MSN, FAAN was the Director for Community Partnerships and tenured faculty for the School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene at the University of Hawaii at Manoa from 2006 until she retired in 2016. She was responsible for developing and managing strategic educational and practice efforts with external constituents including health care systems, long-term care organizations, government entities and community health settings. She led the successful building of a $10 million Translational Health Science Simulation Center at the school.
Ms. Marshall retired from a distinguished, 32-year military career with the rank of colonel. She last served as Chief Nurse Executive and Deputy Commander for Nursing, Tripler Army Medical Center from 2001–2005. Her assignments during her military career included numerous clinical, staff and executive positions within the continental US and Europe.
Ms. Marshall earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and her master’s degree with a specialty in oncology nursing from the University of California, San Francisco. She is also a graduate of the U.S. Army War College and of the Wharton Fellows Program in Management for Nurse Executives in Health Care Management.
She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, member of the American Organization of Nurse Leaders, Oncology Nursing Society, Sigma Theta Tau. Her recognition and honors include selection as Mana’olana, the State of Hawaii’s Oncology Nurse of the Year and recipient of the Anita Newcomb McGee Award as the Outstanding Army Nurse of the Year. Her military awards include the Humanitarian Service Medal, Army Achievement Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, and Legion of Merit.
She currently serves as Vice Chair, Luana Kai Board of Directors, and a member of the John A Burns School of Medicine Advisory Council. Previously, she served as Vice Chair, Board of Directors, Oahu region, Hawaii Health Systems Corporation for five years and on the board of American Cancer Society, Hawaii. She also served on the Hawaii State Workforce Committee and the Hawaii Action Coalition for State Center for Nursing for five years.