Matthew Piltch is a fellow of the Jain Family Institute, and he is currently pursuing his Masters of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, with a focus on working at the intersection of the public, private, and social to create sustainable social change.
Immediately prior to enrolling at Harvard, Matthew was the Program Officer in Early Childhood at Robin Hood, where he led the strategy and infrastructure development for a $52.5M innovation fund focused on enhancing early childhood services for low-income New Yorkers. He previously worked for at Deloitte Consulting, with a focus on non-profit and government strategy. His work included developing the start-up business plan for the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, a non-profit launched by President Obama to improve opportunities and outcomes for boys and young men of color in America; the organization has since joined the Obama Foundation. His other clients included the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and USAID.