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Reilly Martin

Executive Director (Email, LinkedIn, X)

Reilly Martin is executive director for Technologists for the Public Good (TPG). She brings more than a decades worth of first-hand experience in technology, human-centered design, procurement, organizational operations, and digital services in government, nonprofit and philanthropic organizations, and academia to the work at TPG. Prior to TPG, she helped build a U.S. portfolio for the Open Contracting Partnership as well as worked embedded in state government with the State of Colorado through the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation at Georgetown University and in local government at the City of Boston. She was the inaugural recipient of the 2018 Public Service and Civil Leadership award from Spark Boston for her work and dedication to the field. Reilly is currently based in Portland, Oregon, and grew up in the U.S. midwest. In her spare time, you can find her exploring the outdoors.

Mark Lerner

Deputy Director (Email, LinkedIn)

Mark Lerner is deputy director for Technologists for the Public Good (TPG). Mark is a community builder, organizer, strategist, and cheerleader in the public interest tech community, where he has long focused on instituting modern ways of building public services into government and supporting those that do so. He has worked to empower teams and improve critical services with many organizations in the space, including local and federal government, nonprofits, academic institutions, and private sector organizations. Mark lives in Washington, D.C., but will never let go of his Los Angeles roots. Outside of work he's an avid board gamer, home chef, and aspiring backpacker.