- BA, Native American Studies, Dartmouth College, 1998-2002
- Alder, City of Madison, Wisconsin, District 11, 2017-present
- Candidate, Wisconsin Secretary of State, 2018
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- Policy Analyst, Statewide Tribal Liason, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, 2016-present
- Voter Protection Fellow, Democratic Party of Wisconsin, 2016
- Chief Communications Officer, Ho-Chunk Nation Legislature, 2014-2015
- Campaign Manager, Ellen for Assembly, 2012
- Admissions Advisor, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2004-2008
- American Indian Outreach Coordinator, Democratic Party of Wisconsin, 2011-2012
- Native Vote Director, Organizing for America, Wisconsin, 2012
- Communications Intern, Democratic Party of Wisconsin, 2011
Arvina Martin (Nonpartisan) is a District 11 member of the Madison Common Council in Wisconsin.
Martin was a 2018 Democratic candidate for Wisconsin Secretary of State. She lost the primary on August 14, 2018.
Martin earned a B.A. in Native American studies from Dartmouth College.
As of her 2017 run for common council, Martin was a policy analyst and statewide tribal liaison for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. She has also served as a voter protection fellow, American Indian outreach coordinator, and communications intern for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, the chief communications officer for the Ho-Chunk Nation Legislature, the campaign manager for Ellen for Assembly, the Native vote director for Organizing for America-Wisconsin, and an admissions advisor for the University of Wisconsin, Madison.