Dr. Zuri Amuleru-Marshall is an Educational Psychologist, having earned the M.Ed. and Ed.S. degrees at Kent State University in Ohio, USA and the Ph.D. degree at Georgia State University in Georgia, USA. Her professional experience spans 17 years in educational research and administration including 3 years as Executive Director of Research, Planning, and Accountability in the Atlanta Public School System. Her experience also includes 22 years in higher education, including academic appointments at Norfolk State College in Virginia, Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, and St. George's University in Grenada.

Dr. Amuleru-Marshall's special interests include maternal and child health, family violence, learning and cognition, historical and cultural influences on human development, culture and the practice of medicine, evaluation research, and socio-cultural factors that impact the healthy development of families and communities.

Dr. Amuleru-Marshall and her family relocated from the USA to Grenada in 2000, where she currently holds the position of Professor in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at St. George's University School of Medicine, and also holds the senior administrative post of Senior Associate Dean of Students. She is a Founding Member and first President of the Grenadian Psychological Association.