Marina was born and raised in Vancouver, and she is currently married and has two sons. She became an official reporter in the year 2002 and reported for ten years throughout the Lower Mainland, working on a variety of discoveries, arbitrations, hearings, realtime trials in the BC Supreme Court, court transcription, oral reasons and CART. In 2011 Marina relocated to Kamloops, and in 2012 she became the owner of Kamloops Reporting Services, which partnered with Reportex in 2021.
Marina specializes in realtime, CART, administration and human resources.
Marina enjoys horseback riding, skiing, paddleboarding, golfing and attending theatre and other cultural events in Kamloops. She loves to travel and has been to Peru, Japan and Iceland in recent years.
Marina has a love of horses, and after riding with a group of Wild Women across the Hekla volcano region throughout Iceland for a week alongside a free-running Icelandic herd, she is now the proud owner of her very own Icelandic horse named Rubin. She is an active member of the equestrian community in Kamloops and enjoys spending time with her horse, going to clinics and horse camping in the summertime.
Marina reported outdoors for a week at the Tk’emlups te Secwepemc Powwow Arbour for the Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation panel hearing for the Ajax Mine environmental review.