Matthew serves as the Vice President for Budget Planning and Management at Arizona State University. In this capacity, he leads ASU's Office of Planning and Budget (OPB), which is responsible for the development and management of the university’s planning and budgeting processes. This function includes resource planning, modeling, allocations, tracking, forecasting and reporting, as well as decision support analysis for unit and enterprise-wide leadership.
Before ASU, Matthew was the Assistant Vice President for Budget, Planning and Analysis at Brown University. In this capacity, he led the central budget and planning function for the university. At Brown, he was a member of the University Resources Committee and presented financial analysis and recommendations to the Corporation's Committee on Budget and Finance.
Prior to Brown University, Matthew worked at Huron Consulting Group, leading a variety of finance-related projects, which included budget model redesign, capital planning, strategic planning, long-range financial planning, business process engineering, endowed investment management, program cost analysis, and budget report development.
Prior to joining Huron Consulting Group, Matthew served as Budget Operations Manager at Chicago Public Schools, representing a $5.1B operating budget in FY 2012.
During graduate school, Matthew held fellowships at Chicago Transit Authority and the Chicago Mayor’s Office, working closely with senior officials to advance policies in capital finance, price efficiency, performance management, and land-use planning.
Before entering the public service, Matthew held management positions at two Fortune 200 companies in the consumer products industry.
Matthew earned a Master of Public Administration degree in Financial Management from the University of Illinois Chicago, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from Miami University.