Marsha retired from the U. S. Postal Service in 2007, after a 38-year career, where she served in many managerial and executive positions, including the last five years as Postmaster of Boston. She currently is a District Manager of Doncaster, a national direct sales company, where she leads a team of independent wardrobe and fashion consultants in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.
She has served on several boards, most recently the Women in Business Connection in the Greater Boston area, the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce, was co-chair of the Greater Boston Postal Customer Council, and Vice-Chair of the Federal Executive Board of Directors. She has been the recipient of many Postal, Federal, and industry awards, and was recently indicted into the Doncaster President’s Circle for 2010 achievements.
She became an advocate of breast cancer research in 1998 when the Postal Service issued the Breast Cancer Research stamp. She hosted and partnered in numerous breast cancer awareness events, including leading a 50-person team of the Cambridge Post Office as they walked all night at the Relay for Life. She helped her husband fight a 2 year battle with cancer, and strongly believes that identifying and discovering the environment causes of cancer are of prime importance.