Matthew Meko applies expertise in change management and program management in support of Booz Allen’s Army business. Based out of the firm’s Huntsville, Alabama, office, he leads a team focused on delivery to Department of Army clients, including the Systems Simulation Software Integration Directorate of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation & Missile Center, Army Material Command, and Program Executive Office Aviation.
Matt is currently the senior program manager for a task order providing human dimensions services to Department of Defense clients. He's also the senior program manager for the Army Workload and Performance System, a capstone system that addressed workload forecasting, workforce planning, and organizational performance at Army government-owned, government-operated industrial sites.
Prior to joining Booz Allen in 2007, Matthew was a senior performance management analyst for McNeil Technologies, where he supported the Deputy Under Secretary of the Army, Business Transformation on strategy and performance management issues critical to senior Army leadership decision making. He also was a project manager at Solectron and an analyst at Military Professional Resources Inc. where he supported the stand-up of an Army two-star agency.
He's a U.S. Army veteran, receiving an active duty commission through the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at the University of Notre Dame. He completed the Officer Basic Course at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, then served in the 1/319th Airborne Field Artillery Regiment in the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Matthew is a certified project management professional and change management advanced practitioner. He was among “the First 500” to earn the Certified Change Management Professional designation through the Association of Change Management Professionals. He completed the Leadership Greater Huntsville Flagship Class 31 in 2018.
He holds a B.A. in history with a concentration in the Hesburgh Program of Public Service from the University of Notre Dame.