Matt Carter serves as Booz Allen’s lead executive in the Pacific West region. In this role, his primary focus is expanding Booz Allen’s business within this widely dispersed area, which includes U.S. clients in Korea, Japan, and other U.S. Indo-Pacific Command locations. Based in McLean, Virginia, Matt also cultivates senior client relationships, coordinates with other Booz Allen business units, and works in the region to facilitate and oversee client delivery.
Before joining Booz Allen, Matt served 34 years in the U.S. Navy primarily as an aviator and retiring as a rear admiral. Operating around the world, he supported naval commanders in maritime patrol and reconnaissance missions. He managed complex organizations, building effective and resilient teams involved in operations, maintenance, training, logistics, and facilities management. While living in Japan, Matt was also responsible for maintaining international relationships with host-nation Japan for all U.S. naval forces forward deployed there.
Matt volunteers as a member of the non-profit Northern Virginia Veterans Association board of directors and as part of the George C. Marshall International Center’s Ethics in Leadership Curriculum Development Committee.
He has a master’s degree in national security and strategic studies from the Naval War College and a bachelor’s degree from the Virginia Military Institute.