Michelle McKee Marlow
Michelle Marlow is a multifaceted professional with a passion for education, community leadership, and philanthropy. With a career spanning over two decades, Michelle has made significant contributions to the fields of speech and language pathology, children’s literature, and community service.
Michelle holds a B.S. in Speech/Language Pathology from Texas Christian University and an M.S. in the same field from Lamar University. She is a certified member of the Texas Speech Hearing Association and the American Speech and Hearing Association. Michelle has been a Consult Speech/Language Pathologist at Everman ISD since 2010 and has previously served in various educational institutions, including Fort Worth ISD and Headstart and Early Childhood Intervention in Fort Worth, Texas.
Michelle is also an accomplished author, having penned a series of children’s books aimed at addressing common speech challenges. Her series, “A Series of Hard-to-Pronounce Letters,” is published by Mascot Books and TCU Press and includes titles such as “S is the Most Delicious Sound” and “L is for Lemonade”.
Michelle’s leadership skills are evident in her community involvement. She has served as the President of Jewel Charity, where she successfully raised a record amount of funding for Cook Children’s Hospital. As a past President of the Junior League of Fort Worth, Michelle founded new initiatives like the Grand Entry Gala and Junior MINTs, which continue to be integral to the organization’s mission.
Michelle is deeply committed to education and philanthropy, serving on various boards including Texas Christian University’s Chancellor’s Advisory Board, Cook Children’s Medical Center Board of Trustees, and Fort Worth Country Day’s Board of Trustees. She is also a member of several other organizations, including CASA of Tarrant County, The Cliburn, and the Fort Worth Symphony.
Michelle describes herself as a “servant leader” with the ability to bring together a team of smart, respected, and kind individuals. She believes in the power of community and envisions a bright future for public schools in Fort Worth.
Michelle Marlow is not just a professional; she is a visionary leader, a dedicated community servant, and an advocate for education. She embodies the values of integrity, innovation, and resilience, making her an invaluable asset to any initiative she undertakes.