Mack Martinez has made helping others his life’s work. An Austin native, he earned a BA in Government from the University of Texas, which he followed up with a law degree from the University of Denver. Mack began his litigation career in the Tort Claims Division at the Texas Attorney General’s Office. He later managed his own law practice, focusing on criminal defense and personal injury.
From 1995 to 2020 Mack worked at the Travis County Attorney’s Office where he took on several demanding roles, including the Director of Criminal Trial Division and the Director of Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking Division.
Mack’s genuine interest in helping people and public policy advocacy is exemplified in this volunteer work. He is an original board member of Our Revolution Texas 501(C)(4) and the Edwards Aquifer Authority. He also sits on the board of Public Intelligence 501(C)(3) and is a former board member of the Battered Women’s Shelter (now the SAFE Alliance), and Planned Parenthood.