John “Jack” L. Marshall Jr. chairs the Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum advisory board. He is the senior director of regulatory affairs for Altria Client Services (ALCS). In this role, he leads efforts to advance tobacco harm reduction through advocacy, communication and engagement with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and other external stakeholders. Marshall’s previous roles at ALCS include working in procurement services, where he led the development of strategies for supply chain sustainability and engagement on farm labor issues. He also worked in corporate communications, where he led media affairs and communications for numerous business issues, including litigation and government affairs. Prior to that, Marshall worked in government affairs developing legislative positions, programs and strategies. Before joining Altria Client Services, Marshall was a partner at McSweeney, Burtch and Crump, a law firm based in Richmond, Virginia, USA, where his practice focused on civil litigation, land use matters and government affairs. Marshall received his Bachelor of Science degree in commerce from the University of Virginia in 1991 and his law degree from the University of Virginia in 1995.