Matt Muchna

Matt Muchna
University of Colorado Boulder
NCWIT Academic Alliance Membership Coordinator

As the Membership Coordinator, Matt (he/him) is the key point of contact for NCWIT’s Academic Alliance and supports 2,600+ individual members and 650+ post-secondary institutions all with the shared goal of broadening and diversifying participation of women, non-binary, and queer folx in technology.

Matt is curious about the intersections between gender equity, social justice, sustainability, and technology. Previously as a User Experience (UX) Researcher for global brands and as a Project Manager for an EPA Environmental Justice grant, Matt has worked to turn social research into action by organizing and empowering change agents. Matt holds a MA in Applied Sociology from Northern Arizona University where he more recently served as their Sustainability Manager. Matt is an active trail runner who enjoys meeting new people, exploring the nuances of culture, and spanning time in natural spaces.

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