Tamisha Marsh manages administrative operations for the Executive, Judicial and Legislative Branch Fellowships. She oversees logistics for the selection and placement processes and program activities, manages fellow and stakeholder data, and drafts and edits program materials and summary documents for reports to funders. In addition, Tamisha contributes to planning and conducting evaluations, and participates in outreach and recruitment efforts.
She joined AAAS in 2012, after coordinating a federal internship program at the National Association for the Equal Opportunity of Higher Education (NAFEO), and managing selection processes for the American Institute for Foreign Study (AIFS)/NAFEO undergraduate study abroad scholarship. Tamisha has conducted research concerning internationalization in Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and Predominately Black Institution (PBI) campuses. In addition, she has several years of non-profit experience at the U.S. Global Leadership Campaign (USGLC) and at InterAction, which promote U.S. diplomacy and international development.
Tamisha holds a bachelor's degree in political science from San Jose State University, and received a master's degree in public policy from Pepperdine University. She enjoys reading a wide variety of novels, attending concerts, and going to the theater.