Rabbi Marshall is pleased to offer expertise to wedding and creative ritual related television shows, podcasts, magazines, and blogs. Members of the media are welcome to contact for interviews, quotes, photos or appearances.
Interviews & Podcasts
Your Living Brand Live
I join brand marketing expert Ben Baker for a wholehearted conversation exploring:
- How the heck I decided to become a rabbi.
- What I've learned the most when responding to tragedy.
- The essence of my work when serving wedding couples (and a special discount code for wedding referrals)!
- The journey of being a woman rabbi--how far we've come and how far we have to go.
- A quote that guides my life.
Facebook Live Coffee Talk: Rituals Of Release
I join relationship coach Erin Celeste for a conversation about rituals for relationship transitions. We'll explore Rituals Of Release offering compassion with all that is, the magic of releasing, and opening to future possibilities.
This is perfect for anyone looking to release a relationship, an expectation, situation, or a loss.
Manifest and Surrender
Exploring rockin' the vision board versus stepping back to allow and receive.
Published by Beliefnet. 2018.
Sitting With The Unknown: Continual Revelation Of The Not-Yet Revealed
How can we stay open to the continual revelation of the not-yet-revealed? And how is sitting with the unknown an invitation to welcome the Divine presence?
Published by RAVBLOG: Reform Rabbis Speak. 2016
I was honored to be asked to deliver the sermon at Pride Shabbat services. And standing before a room of strangers to tell my story felt both intimidating and deeply right.
I called my mom on the way to services to tell her she was getting a major shot out in my sermon. She had no memory of the phone call I reference--which makes it all the better. :)
A wrong turn leads Rabbi Akivah to a Roman fortress and a series of soul-stirring questions. Yom Kippur words at shared Judaism Your Way's morning service...what does it mean to return to our hearts?
Delivered on Yom Kippur 2017/5778.
My heart and soul are forever touched by the generosity, compassion, humor, integrity, respect, and light of Temple Beth Or.
It is not easy to leave a place when things are good, when there is so much shared love and deep respect and connection. Sometimes when good things come to an end, they end precisely because they were good.
Forgiving ourselves frees our energies to tell a new story of who we are. If the Divine exercises ultimate compassion, how can we aspire to less?
Delivered on Rosh Hashana 2016/5777.
A Jewish response to those who suffer and those who caretake.
Delivered on Kol Nidre 2016/5777.
How do we address gun violence from a Jewish perspective?
Delivered on Shabbat Shuvah 2016/5777.
How do we construct our lives to implement our values? How do we strive toward equilibrium?
Delivered on Rosh Hashana 2015/5775
God does not desire perfection, just our authenticity and striving.
Delivered on Kol Nidre 2012/5772