Shumway Marshall

American Foundation for Equal Rights
Online Director
Los Angeles, California
Shumway Marshall develops AFER’s strategies online. Prior to joining the team, Marshall headed the online efforts at Equality California, the state’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender advocacy organization. There, his efforts helped pass scores of legislation for the LGBT community, including domestic partner rights, the Harvey Milk Day bill, and gender identity protections. During the No on Proposition 8 campaign, Marshall helped raise over $20 million online in the final month of the campaign. He is a board member of the Scott Hitt Foundation, which grants scholarships for internships at organizations who seek to achieve equality for LGBT communities. A native of New Hampshire, Marshall majored in French at Occidental College, where he also serves on the Board of Governors.