Matthew Metz has a decade of experience in community organizing, event planning, and project management. Originally from Vermont, Matt attended Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio, where he graduated with honors in political science. During his time at Kenyon, Matt held positions with College Democrats of Ohio and College Democrats of America and served as National Director of Communications for CDA. Matt was also a fellow on President Obama’s re-election campaign, served as a White House intern, and was the youngest district level delegate elected from the state of Vermont to the 2012 Democratic National Convention. After graduation, Matt worked with NextGen Climate in Virginia and Michigan and worked on several campaigns in Chittenden County, Vermont.
Now pursuing a Juris Doctor and a Masters in Public of Administration at Indiana University-Bloomington, Matt is a co-founder of Democratic Law Students of American, a Deputy Chair of the Monroe County Democratic Party, Business Manager of the Indiana Law Journal, Vice President of the legal honor society, lead site coordinator of the IU Bloomington Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Project, and an intern at Student Legal Services. Matt has also held legal positions with the United States Senate Judiciary Committee (2016) and the Department of Homeland Security (2017).
Matthew’s vision is to engage as many individuals as possible in their client’s outreach plan through an innovative and data-driven communications strategy.
Businesses and non-profits alike benefit from a well-crafted and sustained outreach strategy. 3K1A Strategies will help you identify your target audience and develop a comprehensive outreach plan to engage them in your efforts and initiatives.