Matthew is a third-generation member of WHC and has helped on Temple projects including the design and construction of an educational pavilion for Bread for the City, and housing repairs on Mitzvah Day. 

Matthew is an architect and principal at SmithGroup, a national architecture and engineering firm. He has managed teams designing hospitals, as well as ambulatory care and rehabilitation facilities. He is the design manager of a system of traumatic brain injury rehabilitation clinics at military bases across the country, as well as ambulatory, polytrauma, and spinal cord injury rehabilitation facilities for the Department of Veterans Affairs. He has also managed the design of office buildings and apartment buildings in Chicago, Los Angeles, and D.C. Matthew is a board member of the American Technion Society, supporting the Israel Institute of Technology. He has a Master of Architecture degree from the University of Michigan, and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Michigan.