TPG announces new executive director


Technologists for the Public Good (TPG) is thrilled to announce Reilly Martin as our first executive director. TPG strives to empower and support the people working in and around the field of public interest technology. Our members work tirelessly to build and maintain human-centered infrastructure that powers our communities. With Reilly as our executive director, we are confident that we can grow the support and resources our members need to lead sustainable and intentional change across all layers of government.

Reilly is passionate about supporting growing organizations, and the people that power them. She brings more than a decade worth of first-hand experience in technology, human-centered and customer focused design, procurement, organizational operations, and digital services in state government with the State of Colorado through the Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation at Georgetown University and local government at the City of Boston. She was most recently at Open Contracting Partnership, a nonprofit organization transforming procurement. She was also 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 excited to bring her passion for government, community building, and mentorship together to support the current and next generation of public interest technologists at TPG. She is currently based in Portland, Oregon, and grew up in the U.S. midwest. She has a Master of Arts from Emerson College and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Northern Iowa. In her spare time, you can find her exploring the outdoors (hiking, running, cycling) and volunteer mentoring through organizations such as Coding it Forward and Girls on the Run. 

Please join us in welcoming Reilly as our new executive director! Connect with her on TPG’s Slack Workspace, LinkedIn and Twitter.