Former Senior Manager of Volunteer Operations, Project HOPE
Matt Peterson formerly planned, developed and provided operational oversight over Project HOPE’s volunteer programs around the world.
Matt is a former U.S. Army medical operations officer with over 13 years of experience managing and leading teams. He has been with Project HOPE since 2007. He has an undergraduate degree in Biology from the University of Miami and a master’s degree in International Affairs from the Yonsei University Graduate School of International Studies in Seoul, Republic of Korea. Matt is originally from Tallahassee, Florida.
"I think our volunteer program at HOPE really showcases America’s sense of volunteerism and compassion," he says. "I enjoy being able to bring together the skills and expertise of our volunteer professionals and link them with the goals and objectives of Project HOPE. We provide safe, organized, quality venues for our selected teams to operate globally. They are designed to help build capacity, strengthen systems, enhance programmatic outcomes, and improve lives in underserved populations. I cannot thank our volunteers enough for their sacrifice and dedication as they are the ones that make this work."
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