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

Why is it so hard to cut Pentagon spending?

The trillion dollar budget agreement Congress is voting on initially included curbs on pension increases for military retirees. But they've been scaled back.
Posted In: military pensions

Federal court rules against FCC net neutrality rules

The ruling could have big implications for the way internet service providers grant access to content online.
Posted In: net neutrality, open internet, fcc

Congress snubs IMF's request for resources

The International Monetary Fund has ended up smack in the middle of the budget debate in Washington.
Posted In: IMF, Congress, budget

Details emerge about the company behind the chemical spill in West Virginia

After a chemical spill last week, West Virginia is working to flush away contaminants in the water. But where is the regulation?
Posted In: West Virginia, water contamination, chemical spill

Holiday hacking worse than thought

Online security at companies other than Target were apparently breached.
Posted In: Target, hack, consumer privacy

Senate paves way for jobless benefits extension

Despite today's vote, Washington gridlock has led to creative accounting on Capitol Hill.
Posted In: unemployment benefits, Jobs

TV news paywalls are coming

A local TV station in Cincinnati will start charging for online content in early January. It’s among the first stations in the country to put up a so-called paywall.
Posted In: television, paywalls

What will the housing market look like in 2014?

Housing prices have been rising steadily in many parts of the U.S. Is this the start of a new bubble?
Posted In: real estate, housing market

The local economics of fighter jets

Earlier this month, the Air Force announced that it’s going to base 18 of its brand-new Joint Strike Fighter jets in Burlington, Vermont. For some Vermonters, the news was cause for celebration. For others, it was a wrenching defeat.
Posted In: defense contractors, Vermont, F-35, air force

Hollywood wants the rest of the world to follow U.S. copyright law

As negotiators continue work on a trans-Pacific trade deal, one of the sticking points is intellectual property.
Posted In: free trade, globalization, intellectual property, hollywood

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