Marshall V. Lott IV

Senior Regional Partnerships Director, Northern California at College Track

Marshall V. Lott IV

Marshall V. Lott IV

Senior Regional Partnerships Director, Northern California at College Track

Biography

Marshall V. Lott IV
Chief Operating Officer

Marshall Lott has been with College Track since its inception in August 1997. Working in tandem with the Chief Executive Officer and the Board of Directors, Mr. Lott provides overall leadership for the daily operations of the organization, including oversight of all College Track centers, program development and implementation, financial management, human resource management, and strategic direction.
Marshall has a diverse range of experience working and volunteering with youth and nonprofit organizations. Some of his affiliations include Jack & Jill of America, Junior Achievement, LINKS Achievers and the YMCA.
Mr. Lott received his Bachelor's Degree in Business Marketing from Morehouse College and recently completed the Executive Program for Non Profit Leaders at Stanford University. He resides in Danville with his wife, Tekicia, and their three children, Rikara, Jasmyne, and Marshall.

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Co-Founder at College Track

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Chief Executive Officer, Co-Founder at Ozy Media, Inc.

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Chief Executive Officer at College Track

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Chief Finance & Operating Officer at College Track

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Chief Development & Marketing Officer at College Track

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Regional Executive Director, Northern California at College Track

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Regional Executive Director at College Track

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Regional Executive Director, New Orleans at College Track

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Senior Director of Quality & Learning at College Track

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Senior Director of Development, Northern California at College Track

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Marshall V. Lott IV
Senior Regional Partnerships Director, Northern California at College Track
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College Track is a national education nonprofit that empowers students from underserved communities to reach their dreams of a college degree. Our mission is to close the achievement gap and create college-going cultures for students who are historically and currently under-represented in higher education. We actively engage students over the course of eight years, from the summer before high school through college graduation. Our students join College Track with limitless aspirations and we provide them with a comprehensive program and encouraging learning environment that empowers them to succeed. 100% of our seniors graduate from high school, more than 90% are admitted to a four-year university, and 75% of our college students are currently enrolled, or have graduated from, college (whereas, nationally, the college graduation rate of low-income students is 22%). Over 85% of our students will be the first person in their family to earn a college degree.

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