Hewlett-Packard’s Ladd Martin joins HealthCorps Board of Advisors

Posted 02/27/2020 | By HealthCorps

New York  February 27, 2020– HealthCorps® (www.healthcorps.org), a national non-profit with innovative approaches to help teens grow mentally strong and physically fit, is proud to announce Ladd Martin as a member of its Board of Advisors.

Mr. Martin is a graduate of the University of Southern California where he majored in creative writing and minored in business administration.

A Seattle native, Mr. Martin currently works as Hewlett-Packard’s (HP) Head of Global Marketing for Print Hardware Systems.  Mr. Martin got his start making some of HP’s most iconic ads for Omnicom’s Goodby, Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco. The work took him to build out an integrated global agency team from London, and leading global accounts at BBDO New York.

As a member of HealthCorps’ Board of Advisors, Mr. Martin will lend his marketing expertise to promote and support HealthCorps’ in-school programming and initiatives focused on teen wellness.

I am looking forward to helping HealthCorps continue to positively impact youth across the country,” Martin said.  “As the father of two, I understand the importance of physical and mental wellness.

HealthCorps’ Board of Advisors is an all-volunteer group of influencers – from a variety of backgrounds who lend their professional experience and networks to shape and promote HealthCorps’ curriculum, in-school programming, fundraising and community events.

About HealthCorps

HealthCorps is a 501 (c)(3) founded in 2003 by Dr. Oz and Lisa Oz.  HealthCorps works in high need high schools to give teens tools to improve physical and mental health so they can learn to live more productive and happier lives.  The organization has impacted 2.5 million students and educators since then.  HealthCorps has a network of 324 schools and school sites across 23 states that it has worked in through its Living Lab and HealthCorps University (HCU) educator training program.

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