Health Practice Leader, Tyler Technologies | Socrata
With over 18 years of extensive experience in large-scale data environments, Matthew joined the Data & Insights Division to follow his passion of helping public sector organizations deliver on their complex missions and make an impact with data. Matthew leads the Data & Insight efforts in fighting the Opioid Epidemic and currently serves on the Amazon Web Services Opioid Crisis Council. He also led panel discussions on the use of data to identify models of effective data sharing and fostering the use of data for social good. Matthew works closely with the Department of Health & Human Services on opioid-related issues and spearheaded the HHS Opioid Code-a-Thon, a 3-day challenge competition that brought together teams from across the country to explore new and existing public use datasets geared toward understanding and addressing the opioid epidemic through innovative data-driven solutions.
Having worked with organizations across the United States, Australia, Mexico, Canada, The Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom, Singapore, Kenya, and South Africa, Matthew enjoys engaging with people and organizations around the globe to better understand how data can improve the lives of millions of people and better understand the health of the nation.
Prior to beginning his career with the Data & Insights Division, Matthew held multiple positions in industries including analytics, business intelligence, research performance, identity management and fraud, insurance litigation, docket research, mass media research, tax administration, and manufacturing.
Matthew is married and lives in the Washington, DC area. His passions include travel, videography, sailing, yoga, and the Iditarod dog sledding race. Matthew also serves on an instructional team at The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Dayton (UDOLLI) teaching about the history of the dog sled racing.
Matthew received a BS in Business Administration from Ohio Northern University, an MBA in Organizational Management from Ashford University, and a Master Certificate in Information Systems / Information Technology from Villanova University.