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Rosalind Reneé Marshall

television producer , communications educator

Rosalind Reneé Marshall, American communications educator, television producer. Volunteer, reader Beachwood Elementary School, 1992-1993; elementary school tutor, 1993-1994; honorary board directors Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation; active Heritage. Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Louisiana State University Black Faculty and Caucus, Society Professional Journalists.

Background

Marshall, Rosalind Reneé was born on February 15, 1964 in Bronx, New York, United States. Daughter of Ralph Reco Marshall and Gail Maxine (Clark) Johnson.

Education

Bachelor in Journalism, Southern University, 1992. Postgraduate, Louisiana State University.

Career

Police officer, Baton Rouge Police Department, 1984-1990;reporter, editor, Baker Observer, 1988-1989;assistant assignments editor, field producer, Station WBRZ-television, Baton Rouge, 1989-1991;producer, Station WLOX-television, Biloxi, Mississippi, 1991;equity field specialist bureau educational support and division special projects, Louisiana Department Education, Baton Rouge, 1992;instructor Agricultural and Mechanical college, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, since 1992;academic counselor academic center athletes, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, since 1993;producer, Station WAFB-television, Baton Rouge, since 1994. Advisor Louisiana State University chapter National Association Black Journalists, since 1992. Co-advisor Station WLSU-television, since 1993.

Speaker in field; weekend executive producer WBRC-television, Birmingham, Alabama, since 1995.

Membership

Volunteer, reader Beachwood Elementary School, 1992-1993. Elementary school tutor, 1993-1994. Honorary board directors Sickle Cell Anemia Foundation.

Active Heritage. Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Louisiana State University Black Faculty and Caucus, Society Professional Journalists.

Connections

father:
Ralph Reco Marshall Johnson

mother:
Gail Maxine (Clark) Johnson