Colleen Marshall Biography and Wiki
Colleen Marshall is an American news journalist currently working as a news anchor for NBC4 News at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., and 11 p.m. She also is the host of the weekly political program, “NBC4‘s The Spectrum.”
Colleen Marshall Age and Birthday
Colleen has not disclosed any information on her age, date of birth, and birthday.
Colleen Marshall Height and Weight
Colleen is of average height with a slim curvy body stature. The exact height information of Kellie is currently unavailable. This information will soon be updated.
Colleen Marshall Family and Parents
Colleen was born and raised in Texas, the USA, however, she has not disclosed any information on her family nor her parents.
Colleen Marshall Education
Colleen graduated from the Capital University School of Law in Columbus, where she was the recipient of a Trustee’s Scholarship, was named to the dean’s list, and was a member of Law Review and the National Moot Court Team. She also passed the bar exam in 2004.
Colleen Marshall Husband and Married
Ms. Colleen is married to her loving husband Gary Marshall. in their marriage, Colleen and her husband have been blessed with two children named “Garret Marshall” and “Shannon Marshall”.
Colleen Marshall Children
Colleen and her husband, Gary, have two adult children. Garrett is an attorney who lives with his wife Suzanne in Columbus. Shannon received her MHMR and MBA from Ohio State University and is a human resource professional.
Colleen Marshall NBC4 Wikipedia
Marshall is the anchor of NBC4 at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., and 11 p.m. She also is the host of the weekly political program, “NBC4‘s The Spectrum.”
Colleen came to NBC4 as a general assignment reporter in 1984 and was promoted to anchor of NBC4‘s weekend news in 1987. She became co-anchor of NBC4‘s weekday news programs in 1992.
Prior to coming to Columbus, Colleen worked at WTRF-TV in Wheeling W.Va., and as an anchor/reporter at radio stations in Wheeling and Weirton, W.Va. She was also a writer/producer/editor at an all-news Pittsburgh radio station.
Colleen received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Point Park University in Pittsburgh. In 2004, Colleen graduated from the Capital University School of Law in Columbus, where she was the recipient of a Trustee’s Scholarship, was named to the dean’s list, and was a member of Law Review and the National Moot Court Team.
In May 2020 Colleen was honored with a national Gracie Award from the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation. AWMF recognized Colleen for her outstanding investigative series “Culture of Cover-Up,” which exposed the abuse of hundreds of young men over a period of two decades at the hands of an Ohio State University doctor.
In 2018 Colleen was named a Silver Circle honoree by the Ohio Valley Chapter of the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences, an award given to individuals who have devoted at least 25 years to broadcasting, and who have made an enduring contribution to the television industry and their community.
Colleen has received multiple media and community service awards, including eight regional Emmy awards from NATAS. Notably, she won four Emmys for the health program “I Want To Go Home; A Journey Through Alzheimer’s” which documented her mother’s decade-long struggle with the disease.
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Colleen Marshall Surgery
Colleen tried to donate a kidney to her cousin, medical tests revealed something that may have saved her life. After successful kidney surgery, Colleen is back on NBC4. Last month, Colleen discovered she had a blockage in one of her kidneys.
It required immediate surgery. On December 13, she had that surgery. Now, after spending nearly a month at home resting, she is back on the air.
Colleen Marshall Porter Wright
Colleen focuses on each client’s needs and helps identify practical solutions that will enable families to positively move forward. Colleen’s background enables her to understand complex family law matters.
She has significant experience working with opposing counsel and parties to achieve creative resolutions that meet the needs of the client’s family, without costly litigation. She also is an experienced litigator and, when necessary, is a powerful advocate for her clients in the courtroom.