Marshall Leadership Awards



General George C. Marshall’s example of leadership have guided and inspired leaders in Clark County since his residency as commander of Vancouver Barracks in 1936-38. The Marshall Leadership Awards celebrates and supports rising leaders who, like General Marshall, demonstrate integrity, candor, courage and preparedness while serving a greater good.

The Marshall Leadership Awards include a one day workshop for all nominees, to learn how Marshall’s example of leadership is implemented in Clark County. This is an opportunity for young leaders to connect with prominent leaders in our community, network with past Marshall Award Recipients and learn about General George C Marshall.

Leaders must be nominated to be considered for the Marshall Leaderships Award. Nominations will open on January 20, 2023.

Marshall Youth Leadership Award


  • A senior in high school
  • A resident of Clark County
  • Committed to serving a greater good and demonstrates leadership potential
  • Serve as a role model, motivating others to become involved


  • $3,500 Aléna K. Jarvis Memorial Scholarship


Marshall Public  Leadership Award


  • 35 years of age or younger
  • A resident of Clark County
  • Demonstrates leadership ability and works to serve a greater good


  • $3,500 scholarship for continuing education or professional development of awardees choice
  • Opportunities to develop professional relationships with community leaders


Charlie Fisher, Ridgefield High School

2022 Youth Leadership Award

Charlie Fisher

Naleigha Williams, LSW Architects

2022 Public Leadership Award

Davidson Insurance Vancouver
Roger and Katie Jarvis
Klinge Meyer Family Fund
Waste Connections