Gina Glantz

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Gina Glantz

Gina Glantz, (formerly Gina Stritzler) is married to Ronald Glantz.

Martin & Glantz

Gina Glantz and Angie Martin founded Martin & Glantz in 1985.

Their steadfast commitment to progressive issues such as reproductive rights, environmental protection and handgun violence prevention guided the firm to national prominence.

Angie Martin died in 1997 from breast cancer. A public interest fellowship in her name has been established at the Advocacy Institute.

Gina Glantz took a leave of absence from the firm in 1999 to serve as National Campaign Manager for Bill Bradley For President, leaving Martin & Glantz in the hands of longtime senior staff members Steve Fowler and Mary Hoffman. In 2001, she sold the business to Fowler and Hoffman and Martin & Glantz became FowlerHoffman LLC.[1]


Gina Glantz became Assistant to the President for Strategic Issues and Political Action at Service Employees International Union. Glantz's focus is on the issues of health care, immigration and workers' rights to organize.[2]

Demos Involvement

In 2009 Gina Glantz was on the Board of Trustees for New York based think tank Demos.[3]