• Dustin Marshall

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    Term Expires 2023

    District 2-North and Near East Dallas

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    Dustin Marshall is CEO of Hazel’s Hot Shot, an expedited freight and logistics company headquartered in Dallas. Hazel’s focuses on time-critical shipments and operates via several divisions that provide an array of transportation services, ranging from local courier services and customized air freight, to brokerage and expedited cross-country shipments. Marshall joined Hazel’s in 2011 and has successfully tripled the size of the business while increasing profits by more than 1000 percent. Prior to joining Hazel’s, Marshall was a manager in the Chicago office of Bain & Company, a leading global consultancy. At Bain, he led consulting teams working with Fortune 500 companies on supply chain optimization and sales, marketing effectiveness, merger integration, and portfolio management. Prior to working with Bain, Marshall also spent time with Alliance Consulting, Fidelity Investments, and Walmart.com.

    Marshall is heavily involved in the DFW community and is very passionate about education reform. In June of 2016, he was elected to serve as a member of the Dallas ISD Board of Trustees, representing District 2, which includes parts of North and East Dallas. Prior to serving as a Dallas ISD Trustee, Marshall served on the boards of Reading Partners North Texas, Uplift Education, Dallas After School, and Social Venture Partners Dallas. He also previously served on the Education Council of the Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Board of Directors for the Woodrow Wilson High School Community Foundation, and the Mayor’s Poverty Task Force. Marshall is a member of Entrepreneurs for North Texas, a recipient of the Dallas Business Journal’s “40-under-40” award, an alumnus of Leadership Dallas, and a finalist for the Dallas Foundation’s “Good Works Under 40” award. He also serves on the Alumni Board of the Greenhill School and is an active member of the Lone Star Chapter of the Young Presidents Organization (YPO). Marshall is also an alumnus of the Presidential Leadership Scholars (PLS) program, where he received intensive leadership training from several former U.S. Presidents and their senior advisors. Marshall has a Bachelor of Science in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Kellogg School at Northwestern University. He resides in the Preston Hollow neighborhood of Dallas and is married to his lovely wife, Denise. Together, they have four amazing children, Lilianna, Jackson, Hailey, and Madelyn.

  • District 2 Schools/ Escuelas del Distrito 2

    Elementary Schools/Primarias

    • Geneva Heights
    • Arthur Kramer
    • Lakewood
    • William Lipscomb
    • Ben Milam
    • Mockingbird
    • John J. Pershing
    • K.B. Polk
    • Preston Hollow
    • Dan D. Rogers
    • Sudie Williams TAG Academy

    Multi-Level Schools/Escuelas Multinivel

    • Dallas Hybrid Preparatory at Stephen J. Hay
    • George Bannerman Dealey International Academy

    Middle Schools/Secundarias

    • Benjamin Franklin International Exploratory Academy
    • J.L. Long
    • Henry W. Longfellow Career Exploration Academy

    High Schools/Preparatorias

    • Hillcrest
    • Woodrow Wilson

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