Megan Marshall (she/her)

Interim ADA Director and ADA Coordinator

Megan E. Marshall is the Interim ADA Director and ADA Coordinator within the Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX (ECRT) Office at the University of Michigan. Megan works in collaboration with the other members of the ECRT ADA Team to provide guidance and support with regard to the University’s responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and similar laws. This includes answering questions and identifying resources on topics such as accommodations, accessibility, service animals, and disability inclusion and awareness. Megan also helps connect individuals with helpful resources at the University and in the larger community.

Megan is a University of Michigan 2013 disabled alumna, where as a student she represented the voices of students with disabilities by serving as Chair of the Michigan Student Assembly Disability Affairs Commission (for which she received the Council for Disability Concerns’ Certificate of Appreciation Award), Dean of Students Advisory Board, U-M Student Safety Work Group Initiative and founding the first-ever Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) Student Advisory Board. Megan has worked as a SSD Coordinator within U-M’s SSD Office for four years (2017-2021) and, previous to that, four years as the Disability Services Advisor at Lawrence Technological University (2013-2017). Megan E. Marshall received her Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and Community Inclusion from Wayne State University and is licensed as a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC).