Over thirty years of experience in environmental protection and conservation at the local, state and national levels.
Directed state wildlife agency and programs to manage wildlife, fisheries, scientific research, law enforcement, education and habitats on 350,000 acres of public land.
Established innovative state program to assess & restore natural resources damaged by pollutant discharges.
Experienced in all communication venues – legislative testimony, public meetings/hearings.
Marty’s career focus has been to create solutions for conservation, taking into account multiple objectives for environmental protection, commerce and sustainability. He’s worked with a variety of industries, agencies and non-profits, including The Conservation Fund and The National Fish & Wildlife Foundation, where he administered the $100M Hurricane Sandy Coastal Resiliency Fund. He assisted Louisiana with the Deepwater Horizon spill early NRD restoration projects.
Marty oversees project implementation for ecological restoration focused on wetland, river, upland and coastal habitats, as well as best practices for managing storm water. He works to promote Green Infrastructure and nature-based techniques to improve climate resilience for coastal and inland communities.
Working Lands Investment Partners
The Dawson Corporation
RES – Resource Environmental Solutions
McHugh Environmental Associates
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
New Jersey Office of Attorney General, Division of Law
Kean University, School of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences
Juris Doctor – Seton Hall University School of Law
BA in Economics & Environmental Studies – Rutgers University, Rutgers & Cook Colleges