Kathi Epping Martin brings over 25 years of Federal government experience in fuel cell technology, diesel emissions reduction, appliance efficiency, aircraft survivability, reliability, and maintainability.
Throughout her career, Ms. Martin served in leadership positions including president of Naval Air Systems Command’s Engineering and Scientist Development Program, chair of the Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s Quality Management Board, co-chair of the Fuel Cell Tech Team (government-auto industry partnership) and running Federal Advisory Committees. She managed cooperative agreements between DOE, industry, national laboratories, and universities. In addition to serving on numerous review boards, she has managed the Funding Opportunity Announcement process from end to end. After retiring from DOE, Ms. Martin worked as a consultant for Alliance Technical Services and the Rose Institute for Strategic Energy.
Ms. Martin holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering from the University of Notre Dame, holds a Master of Science Degree in Information Management from Marymount University, and has completed coursework at the Defense Acquisition University and the Federal Acquisition Institute.