President and CEO, Mass Mentoring Partnership
Marty Martinez has over 20 years of experience working on behalf of young people, families, and communities. He first joined Mass Mentoring Partnership (MMP) in 2007, providing leadership to program services before becoming President and CEO in 2012. In his current role, Marty has set MMP’s organizational path to create and sustain empowering youth-adult relationships that help every young person reach their full potential.
Before joining MMP, Marty held senior positions at the Boston AIDS Consortium, the Regional Center for Healthy Communities, and the City of Somerville, where he led youth and educational services. In addition to his professional experience, Marty has deep roots in civic life, having served on a variety of nonprofit boards, having run for municipal office and giving back to the community. He currently serves as an Advisory Council member for My Brothers Keeper - Boston, an academic mentor at Burke High School, and as a member of the City of Boston Scholarship Committee. He is dedicated to improving the lives of his diverse neighbors and the community as a whole. Marty holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Nebraska Wesleyan University and a master’s degree in Urban and Public Policy from Tufts University.