Martin is LDI’s Program Relations Coach. Martin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in International Management as well as a Master of Science degree in Business Management from Southern New Hampshire University. His prior experience includes working as a medic in the United States Army and overseeing operations at a top manufacturing firm in New Hampshire. Martin has also done volunteer work for a multitude of different agencies across the valley that focus on teaching adult skills to kids struggling with learning disabilities, attention deficit disorders, Autism spectrum disorders, and other related conditions.
Born in Arizona Martin joined the United States Army in 2013 and was stationed in Fort Drum New York for several years. After the Army Martin moved to New Hampshire and used his G.I Bill to obtain a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Southern New Hampshire University’s on campus program. While living in New Hampshire Martin met his Wife Brianna, an Arizona native, and decided to move back to Arizona with her after completing his degrees at SNHU.
Martin has spent his time after the Army focusing on mindfulness, positivity, compassion, awareness, and understanding to connect deeper to those around him. Martin’s sister was diagnosed with Autism at a young age, so he feels a deep personal connection to helping the students be successful at LDI. Martin shared his belief that “Every student regardless of age deserves the care and attention necessary for them to meet their individual goals and create their own forms of progress”. “With patience, compassion, positivity and understanding there is nothing that we will not be able to accomplish for our students.” Martin is extremely excited to be a part of the LDI team and looks forward to helping the students at LDI define and achieve the success they deserve and are capable of.