Martin Becerra-Miranda, NOMC, is a certified Orientation & Mobility instructor who works with the adult population at the Colorado Center for the Blind. Martin received his NOMC (National Orientation & Mobility Certification) through the National Blindness Professional Certification Board (NBPCB) in 2018. Martin is currently attending school on a part-time basis in hopes of acquiring his Masters in Rehabilitation Counselling. Martin previously served as the Director of Youth Services at the Colorado Center for the Blind, working closely with blind youth ranging in ages 5 – 21.
Martin was born in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico and migrated with his parents and older brother to Phoenix, Arizona in 1994. Martin lost the majority of his eyesight as a result of a retinal detachment at the age of 16. At the age of 23, Martin attended the Independence Training Program (ITP) at the Colorado Center for the Blind. Martin and his partner live in Littleton and have two active, growing children under the age of five.