As Project Associate for SAMHSA's CAPT, Matt manages the Service to Science subcontract process, including project planning and implementation, overseeing the application and review process, and assessing progress and outcomes. He writes, edits, and coordinates production of the monthly report, leads the Air Force Reserve Command substance abuse prevention training series, and develops training and technical assistance resources and other content for the CAPT area of SAMHSA’s website. In addition, Matt constructs databases, designs communications products and materials, and provides web-development and other technology support.
Matt brings experience working on a variety of public health topics, including mental health and school-based health promotion. He has written and prepared guidance documents and training modules on pandemic influenza preparedness and HIV in educational settings. He earned his M.P.H. in maternal and child health from the Boston University School of Public Health and his B.A. in public health from Johns Hopkins University.