Roshal Marshall was lucky enough to land a law firm job during the ’09 recession, but it wasn’t as glamorous as she thought it would be. She struggled trying to be the litigator she thought she was supposed to be—that was until her mentor stepped in to help her figure out the right path for her. Roshal shares with Rebecca Glatzer a bit about her upbringing and here path to an in-house legal career she loves, thanks to the power of networking.
Roshal Marshal is Managing Chief Counsel, Enterprise Data Privacy, Security & Technology Law at McKesson Corporation, a Fortune 9 company, and one of the world’s largest providers of pharmaceuticals, medical supplies, health information technology products and services.
At McKesson, Roshal leads a team of lawyers providing advice to the enterprise and affiliated business units on a broad range of data privacy, cybersecurity, and technology matters.
Prior to joining McKesson, Roshal held several positions as Associate General Counsel at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, MA, In-House Counsel – Regulatory Compliance at DeKalb Medical in Atlanta, GA and Associate at Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan LLP.
Roshal also serves on the Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee of the US Department of Homeland Security, and as a Strategic Advisor to a Fintech company.
Roshal earned a J.D. from Emory University Law School and a B.A., cum laude, from Lawrence University.
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