Greenville Grad Started Small ... Made It Big

Greenville High School graduate and songwriter/author/speaker Alicia (King) Marshall. Photo by Jodi Richfield
Susan Jacobson
Staff Writer
9/25/2015


  Greenville High School graduate Alicia Marshall, who works under her maiden name Alicia King, is a shining beacon of positive energy in what can be a gloomy world.

  From songs, to books, to speeches, she continues to rise to the top due to her compassion for others and her dogged determination.

  Marshall was inspired to write early in life, always journaling, and credits Greenville writer Jane Braxton Little as the one who got her writing career started.

  Little gave Marshall, then 16, a column, “The GHS Update,” in the Indian Valley Record. That simple little start sharing the hard-hitting stories she covered in her beat at GHS led to Marshall touching the lives of others around the world with the words she writes. “Growing up in Greenville was a magical time. The amazing teachers there told me there were no limits, that I could do anything.” So she did. Path to Full Story on PlumasNews.com

Posted: Friday Sep-25-2015 8:03 AM

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