About Me

Matt Arch completed his Masters of Social Work at The University of Pittsburgh in August of 2014, focusing on Community Organization & Social Administration.  Focusing especially on issues of inclusion and social justice awareness, Matt is an accomplished professional that has been recognized for his achievements.

Embarking on a new chapter in life, Matt relocated to the South Florida region in January, 2015. Currently, Matt works for Switchboard Miami, a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that counsels, connects and empowers people in need. He is a part of the Switchboard marketing team.

Through consulting, Matt also manages the marketing campaign (website, communications, social media, etc.) for VisionSpring, Inc., a diversity and inclusion consulting firm out of Natick, MA.  In addition, Matt contributes marketing and social media expertise to Onassis Hair, a company (Atlanta, GA) that sells virgin hair extensions through a very strategic online presence.  For an in-depth look at Matt’s work history, check out his resume.  For pop culture ponderings, tips for young professionals, and personal observations hued with local color, follow Matt’s blog.

For more information on the organizations that Matt Arch partners with, please visit their individual websites:

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Board Member, 2013 – Present
 

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Gala Host Committee, 2011 – 2014
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Advisor, ENOUGH Violence Exhibition, 2012 – 2014
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Scholarship Recipient, Wheeler Family Scholarship,  2013-2014

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