Martha was named vice president for Alumni Relations in 2011 after a 30-year career as a crew coach, math teacher, and volunteer leader for a range of charities and schools.
She is in the Dartmouth Rowing Hall of Fame and has coached in Boston, Seattle, Montreal and at Dartmouth. She was head coach for the U.S. Women's Junior National Crew Team and founder of one of the first masters women's crews in the country.
With Dartmouth as a constant in her life, Martha became involved in class fundraising and reunion committee work right after graduation, and has been active as an alumni admissions interviewer. In 2001 she joined the Alumni Council and was elected president of the Council in 2006. In 2006 she received a Dartmouth College Citation as cochair of a fundraising effort that achieved the highest percentage of donors for a 30th reunion. In 2010, Martha was chosen for the Dartmouth College Alumni Award, the College's highest honor for alumni service.
The vice president for Alumni Relations is charged with strengthening connections among Dartmouth's 78,000 alumni and engaging them in the life of the College.
Last Updated: 1/22/16