Carol R. Martin

Executive Director

Carol Martin is the Executive Director of Trauma Recovery, EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs. During her career in nonprofit management, she has served as a senior officer for two organizations with revenues exceeding $200 million; The Fashion Institute of Technology and Southern Connecticut State University. She also worked as an associate vice-president for Save the Children and Director of Development for Yale School of Public Health. Her primary management responsibilities included marketing, resource development, public affairs, alumni and government relations. She also served as the CEO of two institutionally-related foundations, working with the Board and staff overseeing the endowment and the strategic distribution of funds.

Her non-profit experience includes both consulting and management responsibilities. Some of the organizations where she consulted include L’Envol, a Hole in the Wall Gang Camp in France, Mother’s Voices (an AIDS advocacy organization) and SPIRIT, an international medical organization.

Carol is also the founder The Shoreline Alternative Board, a company that provides consulting and facilitating to a diverse group of companies and organizations.

She is Past President of the Board of the Gesell Institute and of the Branford Animal Shelter. She also served on the New Haven Symphony Board, United Way of New Haven and the Blackstone Memorial Library Board. Currently, she serves on the ACES Foundation Board, New Haven, CT. She is also a member of Rotary International.