Nancy Marshall-Genzer is a part time newscaster, reporter, and producer for NPR. She reports on a variety of issues, including education and homeland security.
In addition to her work with NPR, Marshall-Genzer has filed reports internationally for The World and Marketplace programs, and the former Monitor Radio.
Marshall-Genzer has been a part of the public radio community for more than a decade. Most recently, she was a correspondent for WAMU, the NPR affiliate in Washington, DC. Marshall-Genzer also worked at WAMC in Albany, New York, where she wrote and co-hosted a weekly, half-hour program on aging issues. Marshall-Genzer also worked as an anchor/reporter at Oregon Public Broadcasting.
In 1994, Marshall-Genzer left Oregon and moved to Budapest, Hungary to edit and host a daily, half-hour English-language news program. The program aired in Budapest, Prague, Warsaw, Bucharest, and Tallin, Estonia. In December of 1995, just after the Dayton Peace Accord was signed, Marshall-Genzer moved to Tusla, Bosnia, to cover the arrival of thousands of US peacekeeping troops. Marshall-Genzer spent the winter of 1996 in Bosnia, working for Monitor radio and NBC radio and television. She eventually became bureau chief for NBC TV in Tusla.
Marshall-Genzer returned to the U.S. at the end of 1996 and settled in Washington, DC. She began working for Feature Story News, an independent agency providing radio and television news coverage. While at Feature Story, Marshall-Genzer filed reports for NPR, The World, and the BBC.
A summa cum laude graduate of Ohio University, Marshall-Genzer got her first public radio experience at her college radio station, WOUB.
She married Jan Genzer in 2004.