Dr. Adrienne Marshall is an adjunct professor of music at Ohio Christian University where she teaches clarinet, saxophone, and flute in addition to other music courses. Recently, she served as interim adjunct instructor of clarinet and saxophone at KenyonCollege during the 2010-2011 school year. She holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from The Ohio State University and is an active performer and teacher in the greater Columbus area. Adrienne received a Master of Music and a Master of Arts with both fellowship and graduate assistant positions from The Ohio State University. She completed her Bachelor of Music in Clarinet Performance from Tennessee Technological University where she was the recipient of music and minority scholarship awards. A graduate of Lake Michigan College, Adrienne also received her Associates in Applied Science with a concentration in music. While attending Lake Michigan College, she held the John E.N. and Dede Howard Instrumental Scholarship, the Board of Trustees Music Scholarship, and won the Lake Michigan College 2003-2004 Musician of the Year Award.
Dr.Marshall enjoys being active in the children’s ministry, creative ministry, and community outreach events at her church in Columbus, OH. During her free time, she likes to shop, cook, and draw cartoon characters.