Chief Content Officer
As Chief Content Officer, Marshall holds overall responsibility for all content creation and community engagement at KUOW and leads the content making strategy for multiple platforms.
Marshall has created innovative content for major media platforms for over 25 years and is responsible for more than 1000 hours of non-fiction programming seen by more than 150 million people worldwide. While at MTV, Marshall developed some of the network's most successful and longest-running series, including "True Life" and "Catfish," earning Emmy, Peabody and Edward R. Murrow awards. He led teams that covered an array of topics including the opioid crisis in rural America, life in Baghdad post-U.S. occupation and the effects of poverty on young people in sub-Saharan Africa. Marshall continued to develop and oversee impactful non-fiction series at CNBC, most notably "Back in the Game" with Alex Rodriguez and "Cleveland Hustles" with LeBron James. Most recently, Marshall ran podcast development and production at Recount Media, executive producing shows featuring the esteemed journalists John Heilemann, LZ Granderson and Will Leitch.
Marshall graduated from Cornell University with a B.A. in political science and earned an MA in communications/documentary film production at Stanford University.