Martha Crowe, MA
Martha Crowe is a Researcher for the Quality Assurance Program. Martha’s primary responsibility is to develop web-based professional education resources related to breast and cervical cancer. Martha holds a Master’s degree in Applied Child Development from Tufts University and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Boston University.
Prior to joining the staff, Martha worked as an organizational and resource development consultant for nonprofit organizations. In addition, she served as the Vice President of Programs at Voices for Children for 14 years, the San Diego Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program. She has also worked as a policy analyst for a think-tank in Washington, D.C., as a researcher at Harvard University, and as a social worker with abused and neglected children.
Last Updated: 3/6/2018