M. Aisling Martin, MSSW
Aisling has over a decade of experience working to expand access to behavioral health services for disenfranchised populations, including foster youth, immigrants and refugees, and families impacted by intergenerational trauma and poverty. As a Peace Corps volunteer, Aisling developed specialized programs in Ecuador for survivors of gender-based violence and human trafficking. More recently, she worked on Capitol Hill, where she had the opportunity to work on legislation geared towards improving access to mental health services. Aisling received a Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University, with a specialization in public policy and international social welfare. As a social worker, she brings a deep understanding of the systemic and social barriers that influence health outcomes and uses her skills to help organizations address critical social issues.