Shaun Martin , AIA, LEED AP BD+C, NCARB - ZMA Board Member
Shaun Martin has a commitment to giving back to her community with a heart for children, the arts, and education. As a college student, she discovered this passion while serving as a volunteer assistant in the youth section of the local library constructing sets for and performing in story time activities. Since then, she continues to be an advocate for literacy and the arts.
As the Outreach Committee Chair on the Zuckerman Museum of Art Board of Advisors, Shaun looks forward to helping to further the reach of the museum into the Cobb community and beyond. She has worked with schools and other affiliate groups to implement educational programs such as the Youth Architecture Fair, Tour & Sketch, Project Pipeline, Read Across America, and others. She co-founded Granny's Book Club, promoting literacy, social and personal development for children. As K-12 Chair for the Atlanta chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Shaun assisted with planning events to bring an awareness to architecture thru literacy and the arts. She currently serves on the Board of the National Organization for Minority Architects as Community Outreach Chair and is a member of Atlanta AIA remaining active on the AIA K-12 Committee.
Martin earned her degree in Architecture from Florida A&M University and is now a Registered Architect in the State of Georgia. She currently practices architecture full time for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, MARTA. She lives in Smyrna with her husband, two daughters (Naima and Grace), and Boxer (Coco).