Nancy Marshall-Genzer is a senior reporter for Marketplace and works from the Washington D.C. bureau.

Marshall-Genzer began working for Marketplace in the spring of 2007, after filing freelance pieces for the program for years prior to that. Covering the daily news from the nation’s capital, Marshall-Genzer has reported many special features.

Marshall-Genzer has a long history in radio. Before joining the Marketplace portfolio, she worked at NPR, where her duties included producing, editing and reporting. Her previous experience also includes stints at WAMU 88.5 public radio in Washington, D.C., Monitor Radio and NBC radio and television, where she served as bureau chief for NBC TV in Tuzla, Bosnia.

In 1999, Marshall-Genzer won an American Medical Writers Association Award for her freelance contribution to the Marketplace series, “Wanted for Questioning: America’s Most Profitable Drug Companies.”

Marshall-Genzer holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ohio University.

A native of Averill Park, N.Y., she currently lives in Silver Spring, Md., with her family, who recently welcomed twin sons. Describing herself as a nosy person, Marshall-Genzer appreciates that her job fulfills that desire to ask questions and learn something new every day.

Features By Nancy Marshall-Genzer

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Pew study: States overspending on tax incentives

New study says some states are writing blank checks for incentives that don't pay off.
Posted In: states, tax incentive, pew research center
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Fed announces new plan for ailing economy

The Federal Reserve has spelled out what it’s going to do to try to juice up the economy. Yesterday, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke announced a new strategy that ties the Fed’s actions to unemployment and inflation rates.
Posted In: Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke, Unemployment
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Corporate tax reform could help avoid fiscal cliff

President Obama and House speaker John Boehner are still tussling over the details of any fiscal cliff deal. But the Wall Street Journal reports that, now corporate tax rates have entered the discussion.
Posted In: fiscal cliff, corporate tax, Washington D.C.
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U.S. to profit from selling remaining stake in AIG

It looks like the U.S. government’s rescue of insurance giant AIG is coming to an end. And, amazingly enough, it’s a happy ending: The government is selling the last of its AIG stock -- for a profit.
Posted In: AIG, bailout, government spending
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High salaries at Freddie, Fannie draw attention

A government watchdog released a report this morning that scrutinizes the pay of senior staffers at Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. The report is from the inspector general of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees Fannie and Freddie.
Posted In: Housing, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, watchdogs
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Starbucks mulls question of where to expand

Coffee chain plans to apply lessons from previous expansion effort.
Posted In: starbucks
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Scrooge visits Congress: Looking at the gift rule

Ethics rules lay out how much holiday cheer members and staff can have on lobbyists' dime.
Posted In: Congress, ethics, holidays, Washington D.C.
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Schools try longer days, academic years

The program is an effort to give low-income students access to after-school-type activities.
Posted In: teachers, Education
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Census breaks down occupations by gender, ethnicity

More women employed in secretarial work than any other job, but they make inroads in other fields.
Posted In: U.S. Census Bureau, census, Jobs
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Musicians rally against cuts to web royalties

A proposal in Congress would let Internet radio sites pay lower royalties.
Posted In: music industry, Internet, Music, music streaming

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