Marsi Quigley slowly moved West by way of New York, Washington, D.C. and Chicago. After 45 years in the public sector as a budget/fiscal analyst and Village Administrator, she recently retired from the U of A Budget Office.
Marsi got involved with NAMISA after taking the Family to Family class and realizing how beneficial it would have been years earlier. She joined the Board to help promote the mission of NAMISA in any way she can. She feels that public awareness through education is key to understanding mental health conditions and reducing the stigma surrounding them.
Marsi is a presenter for two NAMI programs: Ending the Silence and Parents and Teachers as Allies. She participates in the Heart to Heart program and attends a Family and Friends Support Group. She was also one of the top individual and team fundraisers for the 2016 NAMI Walk. Marsi also volunteers as Chair of a Community Justice Board and for Tihan.