Martha is a lawyer, speaker, and consultant working at the intersection of the legal profession and the science of well-being. Among the first to specialize in this area, Martha is passionate about using evidence-based well-being strategies to drive professional success, working with both private clients and as the Executive Director of the Utah State Bar’s Well-Being Committee.

In her prior life Martha practiced law, graduating magna cum laude from BYU’s School of Law in 1999. During her legal career she litigated in private law-firm practice, rising to the rank of shareholder, and later became the general counsel of a leading national real-estate management company. While still practicing law full-time, Martha earned a master’s degree in Applied Positive Psychology from The University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, she spent several years working as an assistant instructor to the program.

Martha is a frequent speaker on well-being topics and publishes articles related to well-being and the legal profession. She also volunteers with The Institute for Well-Being in Law and serves as co-chair of the Tracking Progress Committee for the Utah Center for Legal Inclusion.