Martina Hagan

Martina Hagan is a business development and marketing consultant and a former international trade attorney.

Ms. Hagan acted as a business development consultant and legal advisor to Latista, Inc., a software company, until its sale in late 2013. Prior to that time, Ms. Hagan was an attorney with the international law firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, DC, as well as Coudert Brothers LLP where she began as a summer associate in their International Trade Law group.

Earlier in her career, Ms. Hagan worked in the international arena as the Business Development Manager for Ipsal International (a high performance PVC business), based in Prague, Czech Republic.  Martina then launched her own furniture export company Decor International, where she remained a co-owner until 2010 when she sold the business to her partner.

In addition to earning a law degree, Martina earned her Masters degree in International Affairs at The George Washington University.  Throughout her studies, Martina has earned several awards including the Smadar Ohlbaum Fellowship and the Presidential Management Fellowship. During this time, she also served as the Assistant to the Director of Publishing at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) where she was pivotal in the creation and publication of the bi-annual CSIS Press catalog.

Martina is married to Christopher Hagan of Brown Rudnick, LLP, and resides in the District of Columbia with their son, Alexander.

Martina is a member of the New York and District of Columbia Bar associations.