Robin Marsh is an Emmy-nominated and national award-winning journalist. Marsh joined the News 9 team in April of 1995 and co-anchors First at Four with Lacie Lowry.
In her 25 years in the business, Marsh has received a number of honors including excellence in feature reporting from the National Academy of Television Journalists, honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, and was named "Oklahoma's Journalist of the Year." Marsh has also been honored by the Girl Scouts of America as a "Woman of Distinction." Marsh's series of reports on breast cancer can be found on display at the National Museum of Broadcast Journalism Center in Chicago.
Marsh began her broadcast career in her hometown of Lawton in 1983. Marsh worked at KSWO where she was one of the youngest News anchors ever in the state. After some time anchoring in Amarillo, Texas, Marsh moved to Oklahoma City in 1992.
Marsh is a speaker with the International Christian Women's Club. Marsh has hosted the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association Telethon and was a member of the board of directors for the Baptist Foundation of Oklahoma. She also volunteers each year for the Special Olympics, as well as many other charitable organizations. A personal highlight for Marsh was when she was given the opportunity to speak to more than 7,000 Oklahoma students attending the Falls Creek Church Camp in the summer of 1997.
Marsh is an accomplished equestrian and has competed in rodeos in both Oklahoma and Texas for more than 12 years. She and her husband, Keith, live in Edmond and have a son, Cade.
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