Journalist and Philanthropist
A journalist and philanthropist, Martha Zoubek appreciates the importance of spreading the word on the science of molecular medicine. Currently president of the Wrightson-Ramsing Foundation, which supports cutting-edge cancer research, she brings extensive experience in publishing, media and education. Martha began her professional career as a writer and editor with McGraw-Hill, joined Conde Nast and then Moffly Pulbications as associate editor of Greenwich magazine. She founded the Education Department at the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, CT and launched the Brucemobile, an outreach program bringing science and the arts to schools and into the community. In 2008, Martha received the YMCA Spirit of Greenwich award for her volunteerism, honoring her contributions to the Bruce Museum, Arch Street Teen Center, Greenwich Arts Council, the Breast Cancer Alliance and the Grace Notes, a therapeutic music organization. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Smith College.