Sarah Marshall is a native of Mobile, Al. She graduated from UMS-Wright Preparatory School in 2003 and received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Virginia in 2007. Sarah Marshall moved to Washington, DC after graduation to begin her nursing career in pediatrics at Georgetown University Hospital. She was drawn to pediatric oncology as a result of her own history with childhood cancer and treatment at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. After 2 years in pediatric oncology, she trained to work in the pediatric intensive care unit at Georgetown. In 2017, Sarah Marshall and her husband, Ben Thompson, moved to Mobile with their son, Edward. She worked at USA Children's and Women's Hospital in the PICU until giving birth to their daughter, Sally, in December of 2018. Ben and Sarah Marshall are members of St. Ignatius Church and enjoy spending time with their children and friends, and engaging in ways to give back to the community.
Megan Gunter Arendall is a native of Mobile, AL., where she attended high school at UMS-Wright Preparatory School. She graduated Cum Laude from the University of Alabama in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Human Sciences. After graduation, Megan moved to Washington, D.C. where she worked for the Children’s Defense Fund, a child advocacy organization, and Symphonic Strategies, a consulting firm. In 2013, Megan returned home to Mobile where she worked at Distinguished Young Women as their Marketing and Communications Director for two years. She is currently the Director of Client Relationships for Symphonic Strategies, the Washington, D.C. based consulting firm. Megan is married to Drayton Arendall, who is also a Mobile native. The couple have two children, Drayton, Jr. (age 3) and Frances (age 1). Megan and Drayton are members of Dauphin Way Methodist Church, and outside of work, she loves to spend time with her family and friends. Megan has also had the honor of serving on the Mitchell Cancer Institute’s Celebrate Hope Committee and was a member of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Leadership Class of 2015.
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