My name is Martin N. Pace. I'm a Project Analyst in the Oil & Gas industry and an avid Wikipedia editor for international finance and economic development topics. I graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (MBA International Business) and Texas State University (BBA Finance). In 2011, I interned at the United Nations in New York City.

I'm very passionate about international finance and development economics. Nothing is more pressing to me than providing people with the resources to learn freely (and for free) about the issues that most affect them; and I feel a certain responsibility to continue delivering the disheartening yet important message that global leaders have yet to take any appropriate action to improve the transparency and effectiveness of modern capital markets - we are still at just as much risk today of succumbing to the next financial bubble as we were before the Global Recession. I spend much of my spare time reading scholarly publications and learning new things about the global economy and the challenges ahead.

Friends' Sites
Cory Mathews, a web developer in South Texas
Brian Martinson, a Java developer in Wisconsin
Matt Moldavan, a web and AI developer in Georgia
Richard Wilburn, a .NET developer in New Zealand
Liza Mucheru Wisner, a friend and co-worker as well as a top 3 finalist on Season 10 of NBC's The Apprentice