Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
Aaron Marshall, Corporate Counsel at Northrop Grumman, will serve as Board President at The Hearing and Speech Agency for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. He joined the Board of Directors in 2011. Of his appointment, Marshall states, "“Serving on the HASA board has given me a broader, deeper perspective about how others are living and helps me remember how much others need help."
ABOUT AARON MARSHALL:
A Widener University School of Law graduate, Aaron also has a B.S. in Finance from the University of Delaware. Currently, he is Corporate Counsel with the Northrop Grumman Corporation, where he has worked since 2006. Prior to that position, Aaron was Associate Legal Advisor to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement; Assistant General Counsel to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Federal Bureau of Prisons; and DOJ Honors Attorney. His areas of expertise include serving as a corporate attorney advising multiple business areas in government and commercial contracting, evaluation of business risks, conducting internal investigations, compliance with company policies and applicable laws, business ethics and commercial leases. He also has diversified senior level experience with federal agencies advising on the formation and administration of government schedule contracts and employment litigation before administrative courts.
Aaron is currently a Director with the Association of Corporate Counsel - Baltimore Area Chapter, a pro bono counsel for the Maryland volunteer Lawyers Service. He has been a student at the American Academy of Martial Arts and ran the Marine Corps Marathon in 2004.
Executive Director Susan Glasgow states, "Aaron possesses a passion for community service that, when combined with an impressive resume, will serve The Hearing and Speech Agency well for years to come."
ABOUT THE HEARING AND SPEECH AGENCY:
HASA is a private non-profit organization that offers audiology, speech-language, special education and interpreting services to more than 4,000 children and adults each year. Services include hearing tests, pre- and post-cochlear implant services, hearing aids, hearing aid repair; speech-language evaluation and therapy, auditory-oral therapy; oral deaf education, occupational and physical therapy; special education, sign language and oral interpreting, American Sign Language classes, deaf awareness seminars, social work and parent support groups.