After high school, Marta attended the Wharton School of Finance… “We arrived at New Hampshire 4 years ago and since then we found, as all of us have found, that there was a gap between expectation and realities. But it wasn’t a discouraging gap, and it didn’t turn us into cynical, bitter old men at the age of 18. It just inspired us to do something about that gap”
While in college, which was right about the time the civil rights movement has been around, Marta became involved with social justice activism. Her college-mates chose her to be the first-ever student speaker at Wharton 1997 commencement ceremony.
After graduating from the college Marta didn’t give up her work in social sphere and continued studying in New Hampshire School of Law where she studied trial advocacy, public human rights. She got a rich experience working in Women’s Organization.
In 2012 Marta ran for the President for the first time….