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Marlon Hall

Marlon HallFellow

mhall@folklorefilms.org

Marlon F. Hall is a storyteller who uses photography, anthropology, filmmaking and writing to share stories of love, imagination and passion. In addition to creating films through Folklore Films, he is the cultural architect and spiritual leader of The Awakenings Movement, a grassroots community of social visionaries and culture shapers in Houston, Detroit and Nairobi.

Hall serves on the faculty of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity’s Foundations of Christian Leadership and Denominational Leadership courses. He has produced films for these programs and advises on issues of innovation and culture making.

See some of Hall’s visual poetry at his website or read about one of his projects in Houston.

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    We design educational services, develop intellectual resources, and facilitate networks of institutions.
  • Faith & Leadership

    Faith & Leadership

    Faith & Leadership is the online magazine of Leadership Education that aims to strengthen your practice of Christian leadership by offering you a new language and way of thinking about your work and your institution.

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  • Sourcing Innovation

    Sourcing Innovation

    A 5-week online course led by visual anthropologist and filmmaker Marlon Hall that teaches how to capture the true needs of a community through careful listening and observation.

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    Executive Certificate in Religious Fundraising

    What's the best way to raise money? This training program supports faith-based organizations and people of faith who wish to gain expertise in fundraising principles and practices.

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