At J.P. Morgan Securities between 2008 and 2012, Matthew beat bond and stock market indices while helping to manage approximately $1 billion. For example, the Short-Term Municipal Bond portfolios he managed returned 17.84%, versus 9.42% for the Lipper Short-Term Municipal Bond Index, a relative beat of 89% (October 2008 - April 2012).
Seeking new challenges, Matthew entered the technology space in 2012. He joined Delphi Solutions (link: www.delphi.us), a startup company tackling one of the most important problems: developing intelligent software to improve government performance. Delphi's services are used by the City of Palo Alto, among others.
In 2012, Matthew also built an analytics and corporate reporting platform at All-in-One, the billion dollar holding company for AppleOne, ActOne, Agile1, and A-Check, among others. The platform is directly used by senior executives to make critical strategic decisions. AppleOne CEO Bernard Howroyd called the final product "transformative," revolutionalizing many aspects of the business and directly improving company profitability.
Passionate about nonprofit work, Matthew sits on a number of Boards, including the Advisory Board at California Common Sense (link: www.CACS.org). He also created an endowment at a Southern California charter school to teach students about entrepreneurship and finance, and where he also lectured.
Matthew is currently studying at Columbia University, where he's obtaining his MBA.