Marsha

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Marsha is a variant spelling of Marcia and may refer to:

  • Marsha Ambrosius or Marsha is a former member of the English band duo Floetry
  • Marsha Arzberger, Democratic politician
  • Marsha Barbour, first lady of the U.S. state of Mississippi since 2004
  • Marsha Beasley, the current head coach of the West Virginia University rifle team
  • Marsha Blackburn (born 1952), Tennessee politician
  • Marsha Blount, the co-owner and president of the Jersey Express American Basketball team
  • Marsha Canham Canadian writer of historical romance novels
  • Marsha Chan, the leftest girl on the planet
  • Marsha Cheeks (born 1956), African-American politician from the U.S. state of Michigan
  • Marsha Clark, American actress best known for roles in soap operas
  • Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, senior policy analyst for the United States Environmental Protection Agency
  • Marsha Collier, author, radio personality and educator in making money on eBay and online
  • Marsha J. Evans (born 1947), retired Rear Admiral in the United States Navy
  • Marsha Farney (born 1958), American politician
  • Marsha Feinland, third-party candidate (Peace and Freedom Party) for U.S. President in 1996
  • Marsha Harris, winner of the 1998 Walter Byers Award as the nation's top female scholar-athlete
  • Marsha Hunt (actress) (born 1917), American film, theater, and television actress
  • Marsha Hunt (singer and novelist) (born 1946), American model, singer, novelist and actress
  • Marsha Ivins (born 1951), American astronaut and a veteran of five space shuttle missions
  • Marsha J. Pechman (born 1951), United States federal judge
  • Marsha Jordan, American actress in the 1960s and early 1970s
  • Marsha Looper (born 1959), Colorado legislator
  • Marsha M. Linehan (born 1943), American psychologist and author
  • Marsha Marescia (born 1983), field hockey player from South Africa
  • Marsha Mason (born 1942), American actress and television director
  • Marsha Milan Londoh (born 1985), Malaysian singer and actress
  • Marsha Miller (born 1969), retired beach volleyball player from the United States
  • Marsha Miro wrote art news for the Detroit Free Press in the late 20th century
  • Marsha Niemeijer, New York City-based journalist and labor activist who writes on labor and workplace issues
  • Marsha Norman (born 1947), American playwright, screenwriter, and novelist
  • Marsha P. Johnson (1945–1992), African American transgender activist
  • Marsha Rhea, futurist with the Institute for Alternative Futures
  • Marsha S. Berzon (born 1945), federal appeals judge who has served on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals since 2000
  • Marsha Shandur (born 1977), radio presenter, DJ and music manager, who presents on Xfm London and Xfm Manchester
  • Marsha Sharp (born 1952), the former head coach of Texas Tech University's women's basketball team, the Lady Raiders
  • Marsha Singh (born 1954), politician in the United Kingdom
  • Marsha Skrypuch (born 1954), Ukrainian Canadian children's writer who lives in Brantford, Ontario
  • Marsha Stevens (born 1952), Christian singer, musician, songwriter and recording artist
  • Marsha Swails (born 1952), Minnesota politician and a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Marsha Thomason (born 1976), British actress
  • Marsha Thomson (born 1955), Australian politician
  • Marsha Thornton (born in Killen, Alabama) is a female country music singer
  • Marsha Waggoner (born 1948), American professional poker player
  • Marsha Warfield (born 1954), American actress and comedian
  • Marsha Wattanapanich (born 1970), Thai pop singer and actress

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