Martin “Marty” Rodgers is the Managing Director for the Human Services Family within Accenture’s Health & Public Service practice, as well as the Executive Director of the firm’s Nonprofit Group.
With over 15 years of federal, commercial, nonprofit and multilateral project management experience, he also helps a range of diverse clients, including the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Labor, Education, Commerce and HUD, along with over 50 NGOs or multilaterals. Marty specializes in business strategy, IT strategy and transformation, change management, program management, business case development, and both business and enterprise architectures.
As Executive Director of our Nonprofit Group at Accenture and/or as a Board member, Marty has worked with more than 50 nonprofits organizations, foundations, and multilaterals over the last four years including the Pew Charitable Trusts, Habitat for Humanity, the Alzheimer’s Association, the United Nations, and the World Bank.
Prior to Accenture, Marty served as a leader in the national and community service field, crafting numerous pieces of relevant legislation ranging from significant amendments in work-study and service-learning to notable laws including the King Holiday & Service Act, National & Community Service Trust Act of 1993, and National Civilian Community Corps Act of 1992 all of which enjoyed White House Signing Ceremonies.
Beyond Accenture, Marty has 20 years of selected board, pro-bono and staff experiences with nonprofit organizations including Teach for America, Junior Achievement, Phelps Stokes Fund, Diocese of Gallup NM, Experience Corps/AARP, Save the Children, Children’s Defense Fund, Public Allies, Friends of the Children, Initiative for a Competitive Inner-City (ICIC), Americorps*NCCC, Youth Service America, Global Impact, Americorps Alums, University of Notre Dame, CUSO, and many others.
In addition to social impact work, Marty is also committed to diversity awareness and training and minority recruiting and retention. Marty earned his MBA from Harvard University, and his BA in Economics from the University of Notre Dame.