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.

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Features by Nancy Marshall-Genzer

MOOCs 2.0, the corporate edition

Massive open online courses are gaining popularity in job training.
Posted In: MOOC, employee training, job training
Cuba

Why U.S. banks are keeping an eye on Cuba talks

U.S. and Cuban negotiators will meet in Washington Friday.
Posted In: cuba, international, Banks
Despite the risk of shutting down looming, the Department of Homeland Security also consistently ranks worst for morale among large government agencies.

The DHS needs a morale boost

The Department of Homeland Security consistently ranks worst in morale among large government agencies.
Posted In: DHS, morale, government agencies

CEOs skip cybersecurity summit

Heads of Google, Yahoo and Facebook will not be in attendance.
Posted In: cybersecurity, cyber attack, hacking

Workers strike while the economy is hot

Partly because a stronger economy means a stronger bargaining position.
Posted In: strike, labor rights, labor

Expedia buys Orbitz – what it means for you.

With more control, Expedia may have more clout with airlines.
Posted In: expedia, orbitz, airline industry
Job Fair Held In Midtown Manhattan

Labor's monthly jobs report and the middle class

Over the past year, more jobs have been created in the middle of the pay scale.
Posted In: JOLTS, job market, low-wage
Facebook from a wirelessly connected smartphone is seen on a mock display of Valeo's Mobi/us autonomous dashboard, a concept for interacting with a self-driving car and a smartphone, in January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Hacking into wired cars

A new report says cars equipped with wireless Internet could be a security risk.
Posted In: wireless internet, self-driving cars, GPS monitoring
These marketing materials were used to promote measles vaccination participation in the U.S. during the 1960s. The vaccine first became available in 1963.

Immunization cuts proposed amid measles outbreak

Federal program that supplies vaccines to uninsured could be cut by $50 million.
Posted In: measles, immunization, disease prevention
Protesters rally in support of "net neutrality" outside Federal Communications Commission in Washington, D.C.

The what-ifs of net neutrality

What may change if FCC starts treating Internet service providers like utilities.
Posted In: fcc, net neutrality, Internet

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