Marsha N. Gosier is the Good Trouble Campaigner for Hip Hop Caucus. Born in East Point, GA who proudly hails from Fort Valley, Ga., Marsha is a whole lot of country and a little bit of rock and roll. She pays homage to her parents for grooming her for “this work” and planting an unbossed and upbrought seed of Black Excellence within her.
Marsha is a child of Hip Hop and a lover of the culture. She is a social justice rider, freedom fighter and a political strategist. Marsha chooses to use her ashé to continue the plights of Sojourner Truth and Fannie Lou Hamer.
Marsha comes to Hip Hop Caucus with years of experience with the Partnership for Southern Equity as their Rural Organizer and Special Projects Lead. While there, she developed training curricula for fellow activists and organizers. Marsha centers her work in cultural and value-based community organizing. She believes intergenerational community organizing is a necessity to obtaining results. She takes great pride in shaping “Racial Equity” and “Utility Burdens “ into tabletop discussions within the southern bible belt. Her experience as an Election Supervisor and County Registrar in the state of Georgia, makes her a subject matter expert in the politricks of voter suppression and a sought-after political strategist. Make no mistake, Marsha was born to get into “Good Trouble.”