Principal & Founder
Corey Marshall is the principal and founder of Catalyze Strategies. He has spent more than 20 years advising organizations across sectors on strategic approaches to use data, technology, and partnerships to drive both growth and meaningful impact. He most recently served as the head of global impact for Splunk, where he built and led the company’s efforts across corporate philanthropy, workforce education, sustainability, and impact technology, including the $100 million Splunk Pledge and the $50 million Splunk Ventures Social Impact Fund. He works daily with organizations to develop innovative technology solutions for some of the world’s most pressing problems, including disaster response and resilience, humanitarian action, and connectivity as aid; workforce and training partnerships; responsible data use; human trafficking policy, technology and collaborations; and COVID-19 testing and tracing. Corey is a sought-after speaker and strategic advisor, including engagements with the World Economic Forum, UNOCHA, Stanford Graduate School of Business, Social Innovation Summit, Atlantic Council / Skoll World Forum, and the US Chamber of Commerce. He holds a master’s degree in public policy from the Harris School at the University of Chicago, and a bachelor of arts degree from Lewis and Clark College.