For Cynt Marshall, Leadership matters! Character matters! Every voice matters! People matter!
After more than 35 years in various executive positions for AT&T, and also serving as President and CEO of Marshalling Resources; Cynt Marshall became the first Black Woman to become the Chief Executive Officer in the National Basketball Association, for the Dallas Mavericks. It wasn’t her “First” first, however. She was also one of the first Black cheerleaders at the University of California at Berkeley and also first Black member of her sorority, Delta Gamma. With deep roots in Birmingham, AL, this trailblazer was a track star in high school. A wife and mother; Cynt is highly respected and praised for her work ethic, faith, visionary leadership, consciousness and fortitude. She’s also a cancer survivor and has honorary degrees from Livingstone and Bennett Colleges.