Marsha Reeves

Marsha Reeves is KIPP Baltimore’s Executive Director, providing ultimate guidance and oversight of the organization’s vision, operations, talent, and budget. Before assuming this role in 2016, Marsha served as the Chief Growth and Operations Officer for KIPP Baltimore.

Prior to pursuing her passion towards equity in public education,  Marsha was an accomplished leader in the private context, including twenty years of broad legal experience in Fortune 500 companies and both start-up and public emerging technology companies.  Reeves began her career as an associate at Latham & Watkins and served as Associate General Counsel for Technology and e-Commerce Practice group at Fannie Mae. She then became the Vice President and General Counsel for Bill Me Later and successfully led their sale to PayPal, where she continued to lead the legal team until 2014.

Marsha‘s non-profit leadership also includes serving on the boards of the Baltimore Community Foundation and the Maryland Alliance of Public Charter Schools, as well as the National Council for Arts & Sciences of the Columbian College of Arts & Sciences at George Washington University.  Reeves was a part of the 2018 class of LEADership Baltimore and was a recipient of the 2020 The Daily Record Maryland’s Top 100 Women award. Reeves holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from George Washington University and a juris doctorate from Harvard Law School.

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