Zachary Marschall is the Managing Editor for Campus Reform. He received a PhD from George Mason University and is currently a faculty member at the University of Kentucky, having developed his graduate-level course on American cultural policy for the PhD in Arts Administration program. In 2017, Zachary was a coordinator for the Global Cultural Fellows program at the University of Edinburgh's Institute for International Cultural Relations.
Prior to obtaining his doctorate, Zachary served as an instructor at George Mason University and Cazenovia College, teaching interdisciplinary writing courses at both institutions. Concurrent to his academic work, Zachary has pursued a career in editing and publishing after receiving his master’s degree from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University. Following a string of articles for regional newspapers and online blogs, Zachary helped launch the peer-reviewed journal Arts & International Affairs in 2015 as the publication’s inaugural Managing Editor. That experience led to publishing positions at Policy Studies Organization and International Arts & Artists.
Zachary a former student member of the National Association of Scholars and holds a BA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts.