Kate Marshall was sworn in as Nevada’s 35th lieutenant governor on January 7, 2019. Kate grew up in working-class neighborhoods in San Francisco as the eldest of six children. She worked throughout high school and college, earning a bachelor’s degree and a law degree at the University of California, Berkeley, with the help of scholarships, Pell Grants, and student loans. After serving with distinction at the U.S. Department of Justice, Kate was recruited by then-Attorney General Frankie Sue Del Papa to come to Nevada to set up a state antitrust office as Senior Deputy Attorney General. Kate was elected Nevada State Treasurer in 2006 and re-elected in 2010. As Treasurer, she got rid of no-bid contracts and off-the-book accounts, and reduced spending, making government more efficient and identifying innovative methods to increase economic development for businesses in Nevada. Kate and her husband, Elliott Parker, reside in Reno, Nevada, where she is a board member of the United Way of Northern Nevada and Elliott is an economics professor at the University of Nevada, Reno.