Matthew joined Stanford in April 2021, founding and overseeing the Digital Education team. From 2017-21 he was the Associate Vice Provost for Digital Education and Innovation at Duke University, where he led the Duke Learning Innovation team. He was previously Vice President and founder of the Office of Learning Technology & Innovation for the University of North Carolina system, where he worked from 2014-17. Matthew launched JSTOR’s first international office in Berlin, where he was a Fellow of the Bertelsmann Foundation and a strategic advisor to the Robert Bosch Foundation. He led product management teams at Wireless Generation, an education technology company and built and launched their product development center in Durham, North Carolina. Earlier in his career Matthew helped launch the strategy group at ITHAKA, an incubator of higher education technology ventures (now Ithaka S+R). Matthew’s experience also includes Google, where he worked on the Book Search operations team. After undergraduate studies at Columbia University he did graduate work at Bogazici University in Istanbul on a Fulbright Scholarship. He also earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and represented the state of North Carolina as a German Marshall Memorial Fellow in 2013. He is married to Emily J. Levine, a historian, and has two children, Jasper and Florence.