Arts and Sciences Development Assistant, College of William & Mary
MA received: 2014 Thesis Title: Powhatan's White Dog: Tsenacommacah in the English Trading World
Raised in Richmond, Virginia, Matt earned his B.A. in History from William & Mary in 2010. He spent the following year substituting for Williamsburg-James City County public schools and giving school group tours at Jamestown Settlement. In the summer of 2011 he was a costumed interpreter at the Settlement's Powhatan Indian Village. Fields of interest include European perceptions of early America, public history, and American Indian political and environmental history. In his spare time Matt enjoys grilling, fishing, Monopoly, and ultimate frisbee.