Senior Programs Director, Elevate Prize Foundation
Matthew Minor has committed his career to developing and implementing dynamic and innovative social impact programs globally. He has been particularly focused on creating spaces that facilitate important conversations and amplify the voices of extraordinary people who are addressing critical issues with powerful, scalable solutions.
Prior to joining the Elevate Prize Foundation, Matthew was the Director of International Programs where he led Solve’s expansion and implementation of programs internationally, as well as special projects and its internal operations team. Previously Solve’s Events Program Director, Matthew led the operations and content development for Solve’s events. Before coming to MIT, Matthew was the Program Manager at the Clinton Global Initiative, where he led the recruitment of more than 300 speakers for the organization’s flagship Annual Meeting in New York, as well as the programming and production of the Clinton Global Citizen Awards at the Clinton Foundation. He holds Bachelor degrees in International Business and German Language & Literature from the University of South Florida, and a master’s degree in International and Development Economics from the University of Applied Sciences in Berlin, Germany. A native of Florida, Matthew resides in Boston and is learning to cope with New England winters.