Wendy S. Martínez is one of New Jersey’s top consultants that specializes in providing professional services and resources in the areas of public affairs, public relations, media relations, political consulting, media production in both English and Spanish, development of effective marketing concepts, community advocacy and persuasive engagement strategies that resonate in ethnic and linguistically diverse markets. With her vast experience and strategic approach, she helps public officials and organizations achieve their economic, cultural, social, and political objectives. Ms. Martínez is specializes in leading community advocacy projects, faith-based relations and general political consulting in the areas of outreach and organizing. Over her 15 years career, she has worked on multiple key campaigns, such as Corzine for Governor, Cory Booker for U.S. Senate, Bonnie for Congress, Murphy for Governor, Menendez for NJ, as well as numerous state, county and municipal races. Also, significant public advocacy projects for the Eagleton Institute of Politics, Interfaith Brotherhood and Sisterhood of Bergen County, NJ Working Families Alliance, NJ Reentry Corporation, Free Press Action Fund, Fight for Minimum Wage, Unfair and Unjust Development in Jersey City, Bergen County Turkish Cultural Center, Korean American Association of NJ, Hands Off Health Care NJ, Jersey City Together, NJ Coalition of Latino Pastors and Ministers, Social Ministry “El Sol Sale Para Todos”, , Let’ Drive NJ, SEIU New Jersey State Labor Council and the Center of Excellence for Latino Health at RWJBarnabas Health Clara Maass Medical Center. Also, Mrs. Martínez’s professional career included serving as an Associate of 1868 Public Affairs in the areas of outreach, strategic relationship building and public advocacy campaigns. Additionally, Chief of Staff to State Senator Brian P. Stack, City of Union City Director of Public Programs and Communications, Director, Director of Media Relations to County Executive Dennis McNerney, Director of Policy and Communications to the Board of Chosen Freeholders, Director of the Bergen County Office of Multicultural Community Affairs (OMCA) and Public Information Assistant for the City of Newark. As Director of OMCA she instituted the first annual public programming that combined ethnic diversity and cultural traditions through celebrations, observances, and artistic expressions reflecting community pride. Coordinated the erection of three (3) monuments: the African American Struggles for Civil Rights, the WWII “Korean Comfort Women” and formed the Martin Luther King, Jr. Monument Committee which erected a 71/2 foot bronze statue in Hackensack on October 12, 2014. She is frequently sought after as speaker in the areas of Latino politics, immigration, faith-based relations, social media branding for ethnically diverse audiences, public speaking and community advocacy.