Prior to starting the firm, Matthew worked for lobbying and strategic consulting firms in New York and New Jersey, where he focused on government relations for energy, health care, food policy and transportation clients.
Matthew is also an adjunct professor at New York University's School of Professional Studies, where he teaches public affairs and communications. Additionally, he serves as Of Counsel with Cleantech Law Partners, a boutique law firm specializing in the renewable energy field, where he advises clean technology companies and speaks at forums about renewable energy issues.
Previously, Matthew worked on federal, state, and local initiatives with the government relations practice of a large law firm, where he successfully achieved legislative, procurement, and regulatory goals for clients in New York and New Jersey. In Washington, D.C., he worked as a Congressional staffer for leadership in the U.S. House, and New Jersey Members in both the House and Senate. Moreover, he worked on several Congressional and local campaigns in New York and New Jersey. Matthew holds a J.D. degree from Washington College of Law at American University, where he served as the Senior Editor for the International Law Review, and a B.A. degree in History from Haverford College. For more information, please visit our LinkedIn page.