Matthew has worked in a variety of public sector organizations in New York City, addressing housing, public health, and economic development needs. He conducts research, analyzes data, and coordinates stakeholders to assist diverse clients in building organizational capacity and designing effective public policies. Using his skills in qualitative analysis, program development and community engagement, Matthew helps clients define and advance organizational objectives. Matthew is skilled in creating evidence-based policies utilizing demographic and economic analysis.


  • Worked as a research consultant with MIT Community Innovators Lab where he supported local and state level organizations develop a comprehensive community-based healthcare delivery system in Brooklyn
  • Led data collection initiatives to help Manhattan Community Board 11 develop data-driven policies for inclusion in their annual District Needs Statement
  • Assisted in the administration and development of individual education plans for students with special needs as a Behavior Coach in San Jose, California
  • B.A. in Education from Queen’s University, Canada
  • M.S. in Urban Planning from Columbia University

Outside Public Works

  • Member of the American Planning Association Public Schools Interest Group
  • Volunteers with homeless services in NYC
  • Enjoys trying out new recipes and experimenting with food

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