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Meredith Martino


Meredith Martino is the Executive Director of Women In Government who leads the execution of all organizational strategic priorities put forth by the Board of Directors.

Prior to joining Women In Government, Meredith spent 17+ years at the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), most recently as its Vice President of Membership and Sponsorship, where she served as a key member of AAPA’s executive team. In her role at AAPA, the industry trade association for public port authorities throughout the Western Hemisphere, she created and refined revenue streams for the Association, including the Premier Partner sponsorship program. She also directed member recruitment and retention strategies and oversaw creation and delivery of industry content through 8-10 annual conferences and events. She was responsible for the overall planning and execution of AAPA’s Annual Convention, a $1M event that attracts 500-600 maritime industry executives and solution providers, and she directed the strategic utilization of and investment in the Association’s engagement management system.

Tracey Pribble

Director of Corporate Relations

Tracey Pribble is the Director of Corporate Relations of Women In Government, overseeing WIG’s Business Council and private sector relationships.  In this role, she spearheads initiatives aimed at fostering strategic collaborations and relationship-building opportunities for private sector supporters with women legislators nationwide.

Prior to joining Women in Government, Tracey spent over a decade serving as a legislative aide in the Maryland Senate.  As a former Legislative Director, she oversaw her Senator’s legislative agenda while facilitating effective communication among a diverse range of stakeholders.  From cultivating and maintaining relationships with lobbyists, grassroots advocacy groups, constituents, and other key stakeholders, all of Tracey’s responsibilities centered around advancing legislative priorities.  Additionally, Tracey served as Director of State Legislative Affairs for a number of organizations, including the National Association of Manufacturers Equipment (NAMES) and the National Kidney Foundation (NKF). With extensive experience spanning both public and private sectors, Tracey holds a deep understanding of the intricacies of state policy advocacy and recognizes the crucial role of stakeholder involvement in navigating the state legislative landscape.

Lindsey Blair

communications & outreach manager

Lindsey is the Communications and Outreach Manager at Women In Government where she develops and executes all social, digital and print media strategies on behalf of the organization. Lindsey publishes and distributes content to keep women legislators and private sector members informed on the organization’s events, resources, announcements and all other pertinent information. Lindsey manages the organization’s State Director program and recruits women legislators from around the country for educational opportunities. 

Lindsey’s background consists of working in a Florida State Senator’s office and various political campaigns in which the candidate won. She also worked at the North Tampa Bay Chamber of Commerce as the Membership and Communications Coordinator where she developed and executed strategies to engage the business community and increase the organization’s online presence. On behalf of the Chamber, she participated regularly in transportation and infrastructure meetings with FDOT, TBARTA, HART and the Hillsborough County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) where she was involved and tasked with researching, advocating and voting on developments that would impact the Tampa Bay region and subsequently, its business community members. Lindsey earned her bachelor’s degree in Editing, Writing and Media from Florida State University.

Carla Cunningham

Business Operations Specialist

Carla Cunningham is the Business Operations Specialist at Women in Government, responsible for executing and optimizing various activities to support operational activities and organizational goals.

Carla holds a Master of Public Administration in Public and Nonprofit Management from the University of Baltimore, complemented by a Bachelor’s in Global Studies and Political Science from the University of Toledo. Leveraging her academic foundation, Carla brings professional experience in both nonprofit and political spheres. Her recent contributions were at the American Association for the Advancement of Science, where she supported various operational activities, cultivated strategic relationships, and improved performance within the Office of Membership’s, Member Services department. Additionally, she served as an international Project Coordinator for Camp Adventure Child and Youth Services, leading diverse teams to support Navy Child & Youth Services in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Defense.

In her personal time, Carla volunteers as a chapter co-lead at HeyNewFriends, fostering community for Black and Brown women across Washington, D.C. Alongside this, she enjoys photography, hiking, and curating playlists. 

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