Maddy Marshall is a teacher, multidisciplinary artist (singer/ songwriter, performer, painter, and model), community activist and mental health professional that graduated from Redbank Valley High School in 2018 and the Young Americans College of the Performing Arts in 2020. Her degree is specialized in vocal performance, but her expertise carries over into acting, instruments, stage design and free form dance. Maddy’s relationship with performing runs deep, starting with singing at her church at age 6. Throughout high school Maddy was involved in concert choir, show choir, select choir, and the theatre program as well as scoring in the top ten of her section in district
choir and advancing her to the regional level both years. Her teaching with the Young Americans took her to Germany, Sweden, Denmark and California where she inspired leadership and confidence in students through music while serving varying demographics including incarcerated youth, special needs children, non-native English speakers, refugees and at risk youth.
While with the Young Americans, Maddy has worked and connected with high profile actors, dancers, vocalists and directors, touched the lives of over 4,000 students and performed in 60+ professional shows. Maddy prides herself on her individualist and passionate teaching style, and is excited to bring her worldy experiences back into her community.
Since college, Maddy has taken on directly caring for individuals with psychiatric disturbances and uses her knack for communication, kindness, and education to help them help themselves. In addition, she was the first Biracial woman elected to her City Council, where she served as a voice of positive change in her community. She brings a perfect balance of skill, creativity, discipline and fun to her classroom and looks forward to playing her part to keep performing and music alive in our area.