Matt is a Vice President at Google, where he leads the Strategy and Business Operations team for the Devices & Services Product Area. Prior to this role, Matt was the integration and strategy lead for Google’s acquisition of Fitbit, as well as the Ecosystem and Privacy product management lead for Fitbit. Before that, Matt led the product management and business efforts for Google’s Pixelbook laptop product line.
Matt joined Google in 2009 on the Business Operations and Strategy team where he lead strategy and operational improvement projects across the company, including growth strategies for Android, improving Google’s global data center supply chain, and large product and organizational strategy efforts for Google’s hardware division, robotics efforts, and access initiatives. Matt was also heavily involved in Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility, where he led integration planning for the acquisition and was then a senior member of the subsidiary’s management team as the VP of Strategy and the General Manager / VP of Product
Management of the Companion Products business unit.
Matt attended the University of Wisconsin for his undergrad where he received his BS Chemical Engineering in 1998. He began his career in engineering roles at 3M, i2 Technologies, and Model E (an internet startup). He then attended MIT’s Leaders for Global Operations program where he received his MBA and MS Chemical Engineering degrees in 2005. After MIT and before Google, Matt spent four years at Bain & Company where he consulted with high tech and private equity clients throughout Silicon Valley.
Matt recently relocated from Silicon Valley to San Diego with his wife Reena and two sons Shaan and Ajay. A native of South Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Matt remains a diehard Wisconsin Badger and Green Bay Packer fan. Matt is very active in local youth sports for his sons, and he also serves on the several advisory boards at the University of Wisconsin and Northwestern.