Marti is a global business executive, social entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and creative marketer. She brings to corporations and governments innovative approaches to disrupt business as usual and create large-scale systems change. Her signature work combines social impact, virtual engagement, creative uses of technology, and global markets.

Marti is the founder and CEO of International Connector, which takes business to new horizons in global markets, next generation workforce and technology. The company’s signature work provides a direct line into a global network of thousands of young innovators across 190 countries.
With twenty years experience working on developing promotional campaigns, brands, products and platforms, Marti’s work is remarkably diverse and globally spread. Her roots are in Broadway and live entertainment, including producing shows such as Dame Edna and Burn The Floor, as well as large-scale events for Dreamworld, RMIT University, Sydney Film Festival, Gotham Awards, Do Something, and many more.

Now based in San Francisco surrounded by technology companies, Marti has taken her experiential and immersive creativity to develop impact marketing programs such as Innovative Resilience in Puerto Rico, Your Big Year, Future of Women in Tech. Her trademark utilizes technology as an enabler for social change.

Marti is a Duke Education speaker and has presented keynotes, trainings, workshops and interactive studies at events globally including ITB Berlin, SYTA, Executive Women’s Conference, SOCAP, WTM, ISTC, IEEE, and National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Like most things with Marti, she has her own path and completed a unique MA from New York University Gallatin combining digital media (Tisch ITP) and marketing (Stern School of Business). She also holds a BFA in Directing from New York University, Tisch School of the Arts.

After venturing through close to sixty countries and living in New York, Buenos Aires, London, Prague, Sydney, and Brisbane, she now lives just north of San Francisco with her family.