Matt joined Dittoe PR with a deep background rooted in sports communications. He previously worked in collegiate athletics for a Division I sports conference where he went from being a communications fellow to assistant director of communications and finally director of creative strategies & student-athlete initiatives. He uses this experience in pitching initiatives, drafting content and tracking success for clients, as well as hosting influencer events and new product launches.
Matt graduated from Purdue University with a degree in Public Relations and Strategic Communications and currently serves on the Young Professionals Board of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. He also volunteers his time with local sporting events and has worked with March Madness, the College Football Playoff, the Big Ten Football Championship and the Indy 500.
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