Matt’s work is focused on standing up new public-private partnerships to test and scale innovative approaches to workforce development. He oversees a $25 million portfolio, including a partnership with New York State to scale clean energy job training in disadvantaged communities, and a pilot with the City of San Antonio and local employers to create career pathways for low-income residents to secure jobs in IT, Cybersecurity, and Healthcare.
Prior to Social Finance, Matt was a consultant with Deloitte, where he supported clients in piloting digital technologies like blockchain and robotic process automation. He holds a BS in Commerce and a minor in Global Sustainability from the University of Virginia, where he was designated a global commerce scholar for his research on social impact bonds.
Job Training in New York to Address the Climate Crisis
The Pay for Success Clean Energy Training project, which is supported by an $8.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of the Treasury, will train more than 660 New…