Martin “Marty” Rodgers is the office managing director for the Metro Washington, D.C., Office at Accenture, as well as the southeast managing director for health and public service. He also serves as the executive director of Accenture’s Nonprofit Group and International Public Sector Practice. Marty specializes in business strategy, IT strategy and transformation, change management, program management, business case development, and both business and enterprise architectures.
With nearly 20 years of federal, commercial, nonprofit and multilateral project management experience, he helps a range of diverse clients. As an advocate of corporate social responsibility, Marty was named office managing director for Accenture’s Washington, D.C., Metro Office in December 2014, supporting the firm’s local market initiative serving as a member of numerous boards which include the Greater Washington Board of Trade, United Way of National Capital Area, the Federal City Council and KIPP-DC. Additionally, he serves on the board of trustees and board of fellows at the University of Notre Dame.
Prior to Accenture, Marty served as a leader in the national and community service and workforce skills fields, 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 School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1993.
Marty has 25 years of selected board, pro bono, and staff experiences working with nonprofit organizations such as 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, AmeriCorps NCCC, Youth Service America, Global Impact, AmeriCorps Alums, University of Notre Dame, CUSO, Reading Partners-DC, and many others.
In addition to social impact work, Marty is also committed to diversity awareness and training and minority recruiting and awareness.
Marty earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Notre Dame, followed by an MBA from Harvard University. He lives in Falls Church, Virginia, with his wife and three children.