Marshall C. Stranburg, JD, LLM
Deputy Executive Director
Multistate Tax Commission
Marshall C. Stranburg became Deputy Executive Director of the Multistate Tax Commission on April 1, 2016. Previously Marshall had served as Executive Director of the Florida Department of Revenue since being named to that position on April 23, 2013, by the Governor and Florida Cabinet.
Marshall had been appointed Interim Executive Director of the Florida Department of Revenue effective July 1, 2012. Prior to this appointment, he had been named Deputy Executive Director for the Department on December 1, 2011. Marshall had previously been the Department’s General Counsel since October 2007.
Since first joining the Department in 1991, he also served as Deputy General Counsel, Chief Assistant General Counsel for General Tax Administration, and Assistant General Counsel. In addition to serving as a legal advisor to the Department for many years, he made numerous presentations and has been known and respected nationally in matters of state taxation.
Marshall was selected by State Tax Notes as a Top 10 Tax Administrator for 2011. While with the Department, his work primarily was related to Florida’s corporate income tax, sales and use tax, nexus questions, voluntary disclosures, and on many other topics and issues.
He received his J.D. from the University of Tulsa and LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida. Marshall is a member of the Florida Bar and the Oklahoma Bar. In 2015, he received the Marvin C. Gutter Outstanding Public Service Award from the Tax Section of the Florida Bar.