Colleen Marshall Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, NBC4, Net Worth, Salary and Twitter

Colleen Marshall Biography

Colleen Marshall is an American journalist currently working as an anchor of NBC4 at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., and 11 p.m. She also is a host of the weekly political program, “NBC4‘s The Spectrum.

Colleen Marshall Age

Marshall likes to keep her personal life private hence has not yet disclosed the year and month she was born. However, she might be in her 60’s.

Colleen Marshall Height

Marshall stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.

Colleen Marshall Family

Marshall has managed to keep her personal life away from the limelight hence she has not disclosed any information about her parents. It is also not known if Marshall has any siblings.

Colleen Marshall Husband

Colleen is a married woman. She is married to Gary. The couple has two adult children; Garrett, an attorney who lives with his wife Suzanne in Columbus, and Shannon who received her MHMR and MBA from Ohio State University, and is a human resource professional.

Colleen Marshall Net Worth

Marshall has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million -$5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.

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Colleen Marshall Salary

Marshall earns an annual salary ranging between $ 45,000 – $ 110,500.

The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Marshall.

How old is Colleen Marshall? Not Available
How tall is Colleen Marshall? 5 feet 5 inches
Who is Colleen Marshall married to? Gary
How much money does Colleen Marshall earn?   $45,000 – $110,500
How much is Colleen Marshall worth? $1 Million – $5 Million

Colleen Marshall Education

Colleen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Pittsburgh’s Point Park University. Colleen graduated from the Capital University School of Law in Columbus in 2004, where she was awarded a Trustee’s Scholarship, was named to the list of deans and was a member of the National Moot Court Team and Law Review. In 2004, she passed the bar exam and is a practicing solicitor.”

Colleen Marshall Career

In 1984, Colleen joined NBC4 as a general assignment reporter and was promoted to anchor of the weekend news for NBC4 in 1987. In 1992, she became co-anchor of the weekday news programs for NBC4. Colleen worked at WTRF-TV in Wheeling W.Va. before moving to Columbus, then as an anchor/reporter at radio stations in Wheeling and Weirton, W.Va. At an all-news Pittsburgh radio station, she was a writer/producer/editor as well.

Colleen has had two one-on-one interviews, one of which was in the White House, with President Barack Obama. For a week, her most vivid story was being in New York City, reporting the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of September 11.

Colleen served as the beginning speaker at her alma mater, Point Park University, in Pittsburgh, in 2001, and was the beginning speaker at Rio Grande University in Ohio in 2000, where she received an honorary doctorate.
Colleen is a member of the Columbus Bar Association and also serves as a board member of the Columbus Metropolitan Club. On behalf of the Alzheimer’s Association of Central Ohio, including the annual Memory Walk, she regularly talks and campaigns for the Ohio Statehouse Memory Day group. In order to help ARC Ohio (Aids Resource Center), Colleen was the Chair of the 2013 Red Case. To gain ARC Ohio, she served as Co-Chair of Art for Life. She was the Friends of the Poor Walk’s Honorary Chair, St. Vincent DePaul 2012.

Colleen was a founding member of the United Way of Central Ohio Women’s Leadership Council and has been an integral part of Make-A-Wish fundraising activities; WELD (Women’s Economic Leadership Development); NAWBO (National Women’s Business Owners Association); Alzheimer’s Association; Children’s Hunger Alliance; Mid-Ohio Food Collective; Northwest Therapy Center and Columbus Metropolitan Club.

Colleen Marshall Awards

In May 2020, the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation awarded Colleen with a national Gracie Award. For her outstanding investigative story, “Culture of Cover-Up,” which revealed the harassment of hundreds of young men by a doctor from Ohio State University over a span of two decades, AWMF honored Colleen. In 2018, Colleen was awarded a Silver Circle Distinction by the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences’ Ohio Valley Branch, a recognition given to people who have spent at least 25 years broadcasting and who have made a lasting contribution to the television industry and its culture.

Colleen has won numerous awards for media and community service, including NATAS’ eight area Emmy awards. In particular, she won four Emmys for the “I Want To Go Home; A Journey Through Alzheimer’s” health program that recorded the decade-long struggle of her mother with the disease. In 2012, she also received an Associated Press Award for that series and was honored by the Alzheimer’s Association’s Central Ohio Chapter for her work. In 2018, for her coverage of significant state budget changes at the Bureau of Children with Medical Handicaps, Colleen received an Emmy for political reporting. Her coverage of “The Fight for Ohio” presidential election won an Emmy in 2004.

She also received an Emmy for historical reporting for the Ellis Island renovation coverage. In 2010, Colleen won the “Ashville Drug Bust” Associated Press Best Enterprise Reporting Award. In 2009, she won a Media General reporting award for a story focusing on Ohio Supreme Court Justice Evelyn Stratton, who discovered decades after a random act of kindness impacted her missionary parents’ lives that, after all, it might not have been so random. In 2007, she also received a reporting award from Media General for a story entitled “Dead Man Waiting,” on Ohio’s death row, for which she was also nominated for an Emmy.

She was nominated for Emmy’s for her political show, “The Continuum,” and for a 2000 article called “Cody’s Miracle.” In 2001, Colleen and Mike Jackson of NBC4 were recognized for “The Condition of Race” by the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists for Best Coverage of Minority Issues. For her series on transgendered people and her work with AIDS, Colleen also received the 1999 Stonewall Media Award. She was honored by the Columbus AIDS Task Force, The Buckeye Area Anti-Violence Agency, The American Red Cross, and Make-A-Wish for her community service.

Colleen Marshall  NBC 4

Marshall is currently working at  NBC 4  where she works alongside other famous  NBC 4  anchors and reporters including;

  1. Bruce Beck
  2. David Ushery
  3. Adam Kuperstein
  4. Ray Villeda
  5. Maria LaRosa
  6. Mike Jackson
  7. Chris Miles
  8. Eun Yang
  9. Doug Kammerer
  10. Chuck Bell
  11. Michael Gargiulo
  12. Colleen Marshal
  13. Liz McGiffin
  14. Ben Gelber
  15. Bob Nunnally
  16. Dave Mazza
  17. Kristine Varkony
  18. Andrea Henderson
  19. Audrey Hasson
  20. Hattie Hawks
  21. Jennifer Bullock
  22. Brad Johansen
  23. Darlene Hill
  24. Monica Day
  25. Matt Barnes
  26. Kerry Charles
  27. Julie Carey
  28. Jim Handly
  29. Lauryn Ricketts
  30. Tracee Wilkins
  31. Leon Harris
  32. Amelia Draper
  33. Wendy Rieger
  34. Doreen Gentzler
  35. Aaron Gilchrist
  36. Pat Lawson

Colleen Marshall Social Media Platforms

Marshall is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. She has over 1.6k followers on Twitter, over 952 followers on Instagram, and over 19k followers on Facebook.