Manager, Business & Legal Affairs, TV One

Marshall has been a great asset to TV One, leading negotiations for talent agreements that benefited advertising campaigns like “The Science of the Hustle.” She also was responsible for ensuring the network followed new closed captioning rules for online video clips when the rules when into effect. Marshall really has done it all, and was selected to moderate the company’s first “New Voices: Speaker Series,” a monthly company meeting during which she interviewed Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green, a physicist working on a cure for cancer. She credits meditating with helping her achieve success because it “allows me to take a step back from what’s going on and put things in perspective.”

What is the one habit that makes you most successful?

Meditating. Meditating daily allows me to take a step back from what’s going on and put things in perspective.

What misconception or stereotype of your generation drives you the craziest?

The misconception that Millennials don’t believe in hard work. I don’t think valuing hard work is a generational thing. I think it comes down to how people were raised- regardless of their age.

What is the most exciting thing about working in this industry?

People’s viewing habits are changing along with the technologies we use to consume television. I find it exciting to come up with new ways to navigate the changing media landscape. These changes we are witnessing have the potential to open the doors for more diverse programming, updated laws and regulations, and new formats.

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