Betty Martin brings a wealth of experience in child-related issues and nonprofit management to Murrow Indian Children’s Home in Muskogee, Oklahoma, where she has served as director since 2010. Prior to that she was director of Muskogee County Child Advocacy Center for 10 years, during which time she hosted many conferences and trainings regarding children’s issues, including abuse.
Martin was instrumental in developing the county child advocacy center in addition to the Muskogee County Sexual Assault Program, Eastern Oklahoma Child Death Review Board and Muskogee County Multi-Disciplinary Team. She helped to create a preventive health care program for Northern Virginia Family Services in Woodbridge, Virginia, and a mentoring program for Warner Public Schools in Oklahoma. Author of numerous grants, she served on the grant review panel for the National Children’s Alliance, Washington, D.C. Martin graduated from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.