Blaine Martin is a Principal at Pay Governance and is based in Boston, MA. He has more than eleven years of experience project managing executive compensation consulting engagements for a diverse group of clients ranging from pre-IPO startups through mature Fortune 100 companies. His experience focuses on delivering decision-quality analysis and interpretation of competitive benchmarking for executives and outside directors, peer group development, compensation practices and trends analyses, short- and long-term incentive plan modeling, incentive structure development, incentive goal difficulty analysis, pay-for-performance assessments, and shareholder advisory modeling.
Blaine is a contributor to Pay Governance’s research team and has co-authored papers on relevant executive compensation and corporate governance issues. His work has appeared in Agenda, the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation, World at Work’s Compensation Focus, and The Corporate Governance Advisor.
Blaine holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics with highest distinction from The Pennsylvania State University.
Prior to joining Pay Governance, Blaine worked in Towers Watson's executive compensation practice for three years.