Matthew graduated from the Brooks School in Massachusetts, after attending the Delbarton School in New Jersey. At Brooks, Matthew was the captain of the soccer team and was selected to the All-New England team. During these years, Matthew also lettered in wrestling and lacrosse. During his high school years, Matthew was a member of the U.S. Regional and National Pool teams.
Matthew graduated from Dartmouth College in 2009, majoring in Government with a minor in Sociology. He was a member of the Dartmouth men’s soccer team, where he was named an All-Ivy selection during his junior year and was Captain during his senior year. During this year he was also the player-coach of the team. Matthew was awarded the Norman Grant Clark award, which embodies “contributions to Dartmouth soccer both on and off the field.”
After his graduation from Dartmouth, Matthew spent his first two years teaching History and working in Admissions at St. Andrew’s and subsequently worked as a Human Capital Consultant at Mercer in New York City.
Matthew lives on Baum corridor with his wife, Jenny, and their sons, Finn and Jack, and their daughter, Teagan.