Marshall Wong

A native of Los Angeles, Marshall has been on staff at the Commission since 1999. He coordinates anti-hate crime programs and is the principal author of the agency’s annual Hate Crime Report. Marshall also staffs a countywide coalition, the Network Against Hate Crime, and provides training for law enforcement and service providers.

Previously, Marshall held positions with the Smithsonian Institution and the Mayor of Washington, D.C. He was a Fellow in the Kellogg National Leadership Program and was named Social Worker of the Year by the National Association of Social Workers. Marshall received his Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and his Master of Social Welfare from the University of California at Los Angeles. Additionally, he has studied Spanish in Cuernavaca, Mexico and Antigua, Guatemala, has written articles for Social Justice, the Washington Times, and Asian Week. Marshall also authored a biography about his father Delbert Wong, the first Chinese American judge. Marshall is also an Adjunct Professor of Sociology at Pasadena City College.