Martha started at RMC Health in September 2022 as a Professional Learning Facilitator. In her role, Martha builds the knowledge, skills, and capacity of professionals to create policy, system, and environmental changes that improve health outcomes for children, youth, and their communities. She also provides technical assistance, follow up coaching, and individualized support to our clients in the public health and education sectors.
Before joining RMC Health, Martha worked as an educator. She started her career as a high school history and ethics teacher in schools in Boston and New York City. She went on to become a school administrator and dean, shaping school-wide programs about health, wellness, and student life. Martha has developed professional learning opportunities for teachers to create inclusive classroom spaces that center students’ social emotional learning. She has also worked with schools to help them craft equity focused policies, particularly around gender and sexuality.
Martha attended Sarah Lawrence College and earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Liberal Arts with a focus on History and Child Psychology. She later earned her Masters Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Gender Studies where she focused her studies on intersections of identity in children’s literature. Martha also holds certification in Social and Emotional Learning Leadership from the Institute for Social Emotional Learning.
In her free time, you’ll find Martha devouring novels, building fantasy travel itineraries, and chasing her kiddo around the playground.