Martha Haddad Ketcham
Assistant Program Manager, Executive Education Department
Associate Coordinator, Humphrey Fellowship
Highest degree earned
Martha Haddad Ketcham is a program assistant in Executive Education and associate coordinator of the Humphrey Fellowship Program where she supports and implements components of both programs. Her work is centered on programmatic outreach and the role of communication to create, engage and extend affinity for internal and external stakeholders in a diverse and international environment. She directs Executive Education’s speaker forum and is primary writer for grant proposals for the Humphrey program.
She has helped facilitate dialogues for national, regional and local community conversations with the Program for the Advancement of Research in Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC), served as a community college adjunct instructor designing curriculum, teaching and transitioning the course from the classroom to online in 2011.
Martha previously worked in the communications sector as a producer-director for 20 years, most recently in public broadcasting. She holds an executive master of public administration and a Certificate of Advanced Study in conflict resolution from the Maxwell School and a B.S. in radio, television and film from the Newhouse School of Public Communications, both at Syracuse University.