Robin Marsh is an Emmy award-winning anchor at KWTV-News9. She uses her influence from more than 30 years of television as a way to share with women and girls about the love of Jesus at retreats for women, students, and churches.
Together with Miss America 2007, Lauren Nelson, Robin has written two devotional books to help young women shape a healthy, biblical perspective on dating, emotions, and love. Because of her work and her dedication to positively influencing young women, Robin has been honored as a “Woman of Distinction” by Girl Scouts of the USA.
Prior to her role with News9, Robin began broadcasting in her hometown, Lawton, at KSWO, where she was one of the youngest news anchors in the state. After anchoring in Amarillo, Texas, Robin moved to Oklahoma City in 1992.
Robin and her husband, Keith, live in Edmond with their son.
Lauren Green McAfee
Lauren Green McAfee works at the Hobby Lobby corporate office, and is the author of Only One Life (Zondervan, 2018) and Not What You Think (Zondervan, 2019). She is a speaker, connector, and coffee enthusiast and is currently pursuing a PhD in Ethics and Public Policy with Dr. Russell Moore as her supervisor.
Prior to her role with Hobby Lobby, Lauren worked for her father Steve Green as he founded Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC. During her time at the Museum, she served as Curator, Artifact Collection Manager, and Director of Community Engagement. While working at Museum of the Bible, Lauren finished two graduate degrees; a Master of Arts in pastoral counseling and a Master of Arts in theological studies. Lauren and her husband Michael live in Oklahoma City and enjoy reading and traveling together.