Martens Roc joined Isaacson, Miller in 2018. Martens brings over 10 years of experience in education spaces including policy, research, coalition building, and K-12 student supports. Prior to joining the firm, Martens worked at the Learning Policy Institute, where he created outreach and partnership strategies in addition to leading policy and research projects aimed at providing students of color, English language learners, and other underserved students with the skills, experiences, and education needed for post-secondary success. In an effort to create equitable learning experiences for all students, Martens' work has engaged non-profits, schools, civil rights organizations, foundations, associations, and universities. Martens also draws upon nearly 10 years of professional development support, recruiting, and hiring of early career professionals. Martens serves as a board member for the Fortune Foundation, a foundation dedicated to enriching the lives of youth of color through community leadership, scholarships, mentoring, and college preparation, and is also a high school mentor in the DC metro area though College Bound.
- BA, University of Pittsburgh
- MEd, University of Pittsburgh