Marcia Baldwin

Marcia Baldwin
Portrait of Marcia Baldwin. Marcia is a white woman with blonde hair, she is wearing a tan jacket and a blue shirt. She is smiling at the camera, the background is greenery and a tree.

Deputy Executive Director for Training and Operations

Training and Operations

Marcia Baldwin joined NDRN in January 2019. She supports NDRN’s training initiatives by coaching staff on instructional design, adult learning theory and training best practices for webinars and live presentations, and provides project and event management for NDRN’s in-person training events. She oversees the implementation of systems that support training activity, as well as works with program staff to ensure grant and contract deliverables are delivered with high quality and on schedule. Prior to joining NDRN, she managed a national certification training program, designed and developed training courses for federal government agencies, conducted global training workshops for a non-profit international development organization, and ran her own small business. She earned a B.A. in Rhetoric and Communication Studies and American Government from the University of Virginia.

In 2017, Marcia was surprised by a later-in-life multiple sclerosis diagnosis. She also has close family members with disabilities, including autism. She’s always sought out mission-driven work in her professional career, and is committed to creating equity and access for everyone with a disability.