Beth Marshall, DrPH, MPH is the wellness program lead for the Rales Center. A 1998 graduate of Towson University, with a bachelor’s degree in school health, she received both a master’s degree in public health in 2003 and a Dr.P.H. in child and adolescent health in 2010 from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Since 2000, she has worked on various school health projects with the Center for Adolescent Health at Johns Hopkins, where she is the associate director for research and evaluation. Marshall also serves on the School Health Working Group, through the Family League of Baltimore City and the Baltimore City Health Department, and has worked with city schools on its recently approved school wellness policy. She is focused on working with schools to create safe, healthy, and supportive school environments for young people.