Matt Boyer joined ICF in 2014 to contribute to the growth of the Social, Environment, Energy & Development Solutions (SEEDS) Division’s international development practice. He is a strategy consultant with over 13 years of experience designing and implementing international donor programs that target the systemic causes of climate change by promoting sustainable, socially conscious, and private-sector led economic growth in emerging markets. This includes engagement experience in more than 30 developing countries and the US, with over five years spent living, working, and traveling abroad. He holds an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, and a BA in Environmental Studies from the University of Pennsylvania.
Matt recently served as deputy chief of party (DCOP) for USAID’s Energy Efficiency for Clean Development Program (EECDP), a six-year $22 million global advisory cooperative agreement. Through this DC-based program, he contributed to the design, management, and execution of 23 separate Leader Awards and 5 Associate Awards. These projects partnered with international USAID missions to address the key questions and critical barriers surrounding successful energy efficiency adoption, and pilot scalable strategies to pave the way for energy efficiency and demand-side management expansion across national, regional, and local markets.
Matt supports clients across the full spectrum of business operations management, including: strategic and risk planning, in-country operations start-up, finance and accounting oversight, international recruitment, personnel and subcontractor management, and exit planning.