Martin G. Reynolds

  • Co-Executive Director
  • Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education

Martin leads fundraising and external communications for the Maynard Institute. He also serves as the organization’s lead Fault Lines trainer. He is founder of Oakland Voices, a community storytelling project in Oakland, CA. He was named Digital First Media’s Innovator of the Year for his work on Oakland Voices. Over an 18-year career at Bay Area News Group he served in various roles, including senior editor for engagement and as editor-in-chief of The Oakland Tribune between 2008-2011. Reynolds was a lead editor on the Chauncey Bailey Project, formed in 2007 to investigate the slaying of the former Oakland Post editor and Tribune reporter. Reynolds also served as director of the Reveal Investigative Fellowships between 2016-2019. Martin is a graduate of Maynard's 2005 Media Academy class at Northwestern University.