Howard Martin is one of the original leaders who helped Doc Childre found HeartMath. In 1999 he co-authored The HeartMath Solution published by HarperSanFrancisco and he has been with HeartMath’s world-wide training and consulting team since its inception in 1991.
In 2000 he authored The HeartMath Method, an audio learning program published by Nightingale Conant. He is also the producer of two award winning musical recordings including Doc Childre’s Heart Zones which spent 50 consecutive weeks on Billboard Magazine’s music charts.
During his career with HeartMath, he has been instrumental in business development and in delivering HeartMath’s practical, yet dynamic, programs to thousands of participants world-wide.
Because of his universal appeal, he has conducted training programs and keynote presentations in Fortune 100 companies, government agencies, all four branches of the U.S. military, school systems, ecumenical organizations and through publicly promoted events in over 50 cities on four continents.
Prior to his employment with HeartMath Howard had a successful career as a musician followed by a business a financial consulting career as an Account Executive with E.F. Hutton and as Vice President of Capital Funding.
He is a member of Transformational Leadership Counsel, an organization founded by author Jack Canfield that is made up of leaders in the fields of personal, organizational and social transformation.
In 2008 he played a key role in launching the Global Coherence Initiative and serves as a Steering Committee member for this science based project created to unite millions of people in heart-focused care and intention to shift global consciousness.
Howard is a key HeartMath spokesperson, conducting approximately 75 media interviews and webinars annually. He speaks internationally on developing new intelligence needed to navigate life during changing times.
His media interviews include:
ABC Good Morning America, ABC World New Tonight, Discovery Channel, CNN, New York Newsday, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, US News and World Report.