Dr. Martin has served in a variety of consulting roles serving organizations such as:
- United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Office of Women’s Health
- United States Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs
- The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC)
- The National Football League (NFL)
- Other notable not for profit & healthcare entities
Past & Prospective Opportunities
- Marathons & Fitness Events
- Professional & Scientific Panelist/Judge
- Freelance Wellness Writing for magazines, newspaper and other online publications
- Wellness Coaching
Dr. Martin’s roles range from expert panelist, researcher, to evaluator of physical activity and nutrition programs. Dr. Martin is open to consultancy roles within the preventive health/medicine arena as well as population health policy oversight & healthcare quality improvement.
She is passionate about community wellness and education as well. Roles involving serving disadvantaged and underserved populations is also a target objective of Dr. Martin in all of her consultancy roles.
Dr. Martin is a public health consultant who works alongside businesses, government entities, communities, and health care organizations to help improve the health of all. Working with a wide array of partners will hopefully lead to improved programs and policies that have a direct impact on various cultures and demographic groups.
Dr. Martin prides herself on being transparent within her research and consultancy roles. In the persuit of research and education, it is important not to forget the reason(s) for the research, the patients or community. Even when conducting professional research and analysis, Dr. Martin believes that the community should be at the table, offering their views, history and perspective.
It is up to researchers to educate the community on how to conduct their own research as well as integrate them into both the implementation and dissemination phases of research. Often, organizations conduct research and programs without ever going back to the community.
Families and individuals should be aware and counseled to understand what options are available to them to help improve their well-being.
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