Rooted in a strong ethic of service, Marty comes to Greater Philadelphia Cares with over ten years of experience building strong, effective partnerships and relationships with individuals, institutions and organizations. Whether it was building capacity and opportunities with YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School, teaching “Heart of the City” a service-learning course at Chestnut Hill College or managing people and programs at Project HOME, Marty’s focus is and has always been on building stronger communities. Rounding out his experience is several years experience in training, event marketing, political and TANF work.
Marty completed his master’s degree in Public Administration from California State University, Northridge with the thesis, The Civic Engagement of America’s Emerging Generations in 2006. Marty and his wife Meredith have two wonderful children Elise and Luke.
Joined Greater Philadelphia Cares in the summer of 2005 as a volunteer and he is currently working as office manger making sure the office is running smoothly. He is a graduate of Philadelphia Community College with an associate's degree in General Studies. Micki serves as a member on the Pennsylvania Rehab Council where he advocates for people with disabilities to succeed in the community. He has been disabled for fifteen years due to a diving accident. During his free time, Micki loves to play chess.
Joined Greater Philadelphia Cares as an Annual Events Manager in September of 2007. She has her B.S. and M.A. in Exercise Science from Adelphi University. Since her graduation, Christine has worked in the corporate and private sectors for 15 years initiating fitness and wellness programs. She has two children, Rachel and Derek, who keep her very busy.