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Matt Gierden, Vice President, offers more than 15 years of accomplishment-laden experience in disaster recovery projects, special environmental operations, client development, customer service, and public relations. He is known as a strategic contributor in numerous efforts that have driven the successful completion of major and high-priority disaster response and recovery initiatives that substantially impact the company’s revenue and growth. Over the years, Matt has established a reputation as a decisive leader who expertly enhances the capabilities of the entire organization. He handles new challenges with his intrinsic knack for innovation, problem-solving, and change management. Equipped with an enthusiastic attitude and exceptional people skills, he successfully maintains a myriad of client relationships throughout Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Prior to his appointment as vice president in 2013, Matt initially served as an entry-level field supervisor in 2002 and was immediately promoted to project manager and later to a regional manager. Positioning the organization for continuous growth, Matt’s aggressive and visionary style has significantly enhanced the company to thrive in a variety of geographic areas and demanding disaster recovery environments. His ever-expanding portfolio of successful projects includes more than 45 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disaster recovery projects. His most recent contribution was providing strategic direction to the recovery efforts in the Townships of both Brick and Mantoloking New Jersey following hurricane Sandy in 2012 and 2013.

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Matt Gierden

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Fort Myers

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Regional Manager


AshBritt, Inc

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Emergency Management/Services, Environment, Government (Local), Government (State), Government (Federal), Planning, Public Works/Infrastructure