Martha Vietor Glass is President and Founder of VietorGlass, Inc., where she consults on special events and fundraising for non-profit organizations. She is civic and philanthropically-minded and has been a Board Member of The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center since 1989. A former Chairman of its Associates Committee, she has held Executive Committee roles under five Society Presidents, including serving as Secretary, Assistant Treasurer and Treasurer, and for the past three years, as a Vice President. She is also a former committee chairman of the Bunny Hop, Fresh Flower Program, Health Education Seminar, Patient Environmental Program (PEP), and has been a member of the Nominating and Patient Recreation Committees.
She has held positions with organizations such as The Society of Daughters of Holland Dames, The Acorn Foundation, The Ocean Liner Museum, and Christie's, Inc. A graduate of New York University's Program in Philanthropy and Fundraising, she received a Bachelor's Degree from Briarcliff College.
In addition to her service to The Society, Glass holds and/or has held board and committee roles with several other organizations, including The Colonial Dames of America, and the New York Public Library Council of Conservators. She lives in New York City with her husband, John Glass, in Carnegie Hill. They have two adult children who live in NYC and Philadelphia respectively.