- Post-Doctoral Fellow, Health Services Administration, University of Maryland Baltimore Medical Center
- DrPH, Doctor of Public Health (focus: Preventive Medicine & Clinical Nutrition)
- M.S., Master of Exercise Science & Health Promotion
- Clinical Exercise Physiology Fellow, Emory University
- MBA/HRM, Master of Business Administration in Healthcare Administration, University of Phoenix (online)
- B.S., Bachelor of Science, Biology & Chemistry
- CNS, Certified Nutrition Specialist (License Eligible), American Nutrition Association
- CHES, Certified Health Education Specialist, National Commission for Health Education Credentialing
Dr. Martin joined our team in February 2022 as an Executive Program Director for Health Studies. She has spent 12 years working in higher education for a variety of institutions. Dr. Martin has a diverse background in academia, clinical hospital & outpatient administration, the federal & state governments, clinical practice and entrepreneurship. She is a dedicated community & clinical healthcare professional with strong dedication towards improving patient care and outcomes through health policy, clinical care, project management, education and equity. Prior to coming to CTU, she held several leadership positions in quality management, curriculum & course development, population health, pharmaceutical health services, cardiac rehabilitation, Medicare & Medicaid Services, and clinical exercise physiology. She is an innovative problem solver with a passion for implementing & translating evidence-based research into practice.
- Martin, J. (2018). Social support and leisure time physical activity in young black women. College Student Journal, 52(1), 139-149.
- Anjejo, D., Mejia, M.A., Martin, J. Brown, Fraser, S. (January, 2016) Master of Public Health (MPH) Program CEPH Accreditation Preliminary Self-Study. Report submitted to Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
- Martin, J., Morrow, G., Krivak, G. (November 2015) Bachelor of Science Exercise Science Accreditation Self-Study Application. Report submitted to the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) and Committee on Accreditation for the Exercise Sciences (CoAES).
Dr. Martin is an innovative problem solver with a passion for implementing & translating evidence-based research into practice. Her previous research has been situated within the context of community engagement and chronic disease outcomes. Her training and experience has equipped her to address causes and outcomes of diseases and conditions using Person/Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR), Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR), Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER), Exercise Physiology, Health Equity and Patient Engagement to develop robust research and clinical/community initiatives. Dr. Martin is interested in many areas research correlated to all 8 domains of wellness & health outcomes.