Tina Marshall (she/her/hers) is the lead organizer of Black Nonbelievers of Charlotte. A native of Sacramento, CA, she lived and worked in San Francisco, CA and New York City, NY until settling down in Charlotte, NC. There, she was a founding member of Sunday Assembly Charlotte, and in 2015, established the Charlotte affiliate of Black Nonbelievers.
In 2021, Tina founded the Black Abortion Defenders League. She also works very closely with Atheists Helping the Homeless Charlotte, which sets up monthly giveaways of meals, clothes, and toiletries to people experiencing homelessness. She is also active in racial justice, providing bail, legal support, and supplies for arrested protestors, and volunteers with her local Democratic party. She has also been the co-emcee for the Women of Color Beyond Belief Conference since 2019.
Tina is the recipient of the 2020 Heart of Humanism award, which is presented by Foundation Beyond Belief to individuals and organizations extraordinary contributions to compassionate humanism.