Veteran news anchor Beatrice Marshall lands plum job at KIMC

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Veteran Kenyan news anchor Beatrice Marshall has been appointed to the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication as a member of the Board of Directors.

According to a Kenya Gazette dated February 8, Marshall will serve at the board for a period of three years.

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The China Global Television Network (CGTN) anchor was appointed by the Cabinet Secretary of Information, Communications and Technology  Joe Mucheru alongside six others among them former Bonchari MP, Zebedeo John Opore

Marshall made her screen debut over two decades ago with a stint at the national broadcaster, Kenya Brodacasting Corporation (KBC).

She then switched gears to Kenya Televison Network (KTN) as a news presenter and rose steadily to Deputy Managing Editor post.

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After a successful eight year career move, she crossed over to CCTV News as a global anchor and host of Africa Live and Talk Africa. CCTV News later morphed to China Global TV Network (CGTN).

She holds a Master’s degree in Mass Communication from the University of Leicester.