Matthew is a director of Brown Advisory Incorporated. He is a partner at Squire Patton Boggs LLP where he serves as co-chair of the Strategic Advocacy Public Policy Group, chair of the Tax and Financial Services Public Policy Group and as a member of the firm’s Recruitment Committee. He has an extensive background in corporate litigation and spends a majority of his time advocating on federal tax policy. Matthew serves on the Federal City Council Board as Vice President and as Chairman of the Langston Initiative Project – a non-profit created to redevelop DC's publicly owned golf courses. He also serves on the board of the Ron Brown Scholar Program Steering Committee. Matthew is an Aspen Institute’s Socrates Program Scholar. He was formally a member of Presidential Candidate Barack Obama’s Mid-Atlantic Finance Committee and Mayor Adrian M. Fenty’s Transition team and served as chair of the Washington, DC's Sports and Entertainment Commission, overseeing the capital construction of the Washington National's baseball stadium.