Clark Martin, who co-founded the firm with Paul Bontempo in 1991, has been working in New Jersey’s government affairs arena for 40 years. A former principal of Katz, Martin and Brill, the state’s first contract lobbying firm, he is known as a persuasive advocate and a strategic thinker.
His primary focus has been in the area of healthcare policy, professions and facilities. Prior to lobbying, Martin was a reporter for the Trenton Times and engineering editor of Aviation Week and Space Technology.
He also pursued a noteworthy career in the United States Air Force, serving on Active Duty, the Reserve and the Air National Guard. He flew more than 150 combat missions in Vietnam and concluded his career as Commander of the NJANG with the rank of Major General.
Clark also volunteers as chairman of the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans' Foundation, chairman of the Trenton Downtown Association, chairman of the golf outing committee of the Ivins Outreach Center in Morrisville, PA, and chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Morrisville Presbyterian Church. In addition, he serves on the board of the Snipes Farm and Education Center. He is a graduate of The Citadel and earned an M.S. at the University of Southern California.
Clark W. Martin