Martha Stewart is a senior at Miami Springs Senior High and is enrolled in Early Admission at Miami Dade College. She has a Certificate as a Specialist in Business Management and is on track of completing an Associates Degree at the same time she graduates high school. She is a graduate of the Academy of Hospitality and Tourism and has obtained over five industry certifications. She is the current president for the DECA chapter in Miami Springs and is vice president for Women of Tomorrow and National Honor Society. She is a member of multiple clubs and organizations, including and not limited to: Model UN, FCCLA, FEA Mu Alpha Theta, and UNA Miami Chapter.

Martha enjoys a variety of sports. She is a veteran member of the Garnet and Gold Dance Company, currently under the direction of Jarron McKinney. Her favorite dance styles are salsa, soca, ballet, and hip hop. She also has a second-degree black belt in Jyoshinmon Shorin Ryu karate. She has competed nationally under the teachings of MG Martial Arts.

Martha is also an avid volunteer. She has completed over 2,000 community service hours. She has volunteered with the Anchor and Pilot club servicing local events for children and the elderly in Miami Springs. Martha has also completed over 500 hours of service for Viernes Culturales, a cultural arts non-profit. She believes in giving back to her community and makes every effort to do so.

During her free time, Martha likes to meditate and spend time with friends and family. She often engages in research about topics she is passionate about. Martha enjoys learning about economics, global politics, and the natural environment. She wishes to maximize her education and wants to pursue the highest level of education. She wants to do this because she wants to be a role model and mentor.