Director of Development & Partnerships
Marina Muñoz de Martínez (she/hers/ella) has worked and taught in the fundraising community for over 20 years. A passionate advocate and practitioner of equity in philanthropy, Marina has had the joy of working with donors and community organizations to raise money for causes such as the first fully bilingual exhibition at the New Mexico History Museum, a completely renovated campus for Animal Humane New Mexico, and countless projects and programs in arts & education collaboratives across the nation. Marina currently resides in the Pacific Northwest, where she gives her time among various BIPOC-led nonprofit organizations to continue to build community around anti-racist and decolonial reforms within the industry. In her downtime, she is an avid yoga practitioner, gardener, cinephile, and seamstress for burlesque, wrestling, and drag performers. Marina shares in life's joys and struggles with her spouse, two pitbull dogs, and one bossy calico cat.
Marina holds an A.A. in Liberal Studies from College of San Mateo, a B.A. in Recreation Administration from San Francisco State University, a certification in Nonprofit Health and Human Services from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, and a M.P.A. in Public Administration Management from University of New Mexico.