Matthew Kwasiborski joined The Fund for American Studies in February of 2005. He has directed The American Institute on Political and Economic Systems (AIPES) since 2005. In this position, Matt works with hundreds of students and staff representing more than 50 countries. Matt also serves as the vice president and treasurer of the Board of Advisors for the Center of International Media Ethics (CIME).
A native Philadelphian, Matt earned a bachelor’s degree in history at Loyola University in New Orleans, La. and a master’s degree in executive leadership from the Thierry Graduate School of Leadership in Belgium. Prior to joining TFAS, Matt taught English as a second language (ESL) and served as a tutor in Hungary. And was an administrator for a summer in Switzerland program located at the Leysin American School in Switzerland where he served international high school students. Matt also previously taught world religions, Christian vocations, morality, and computers and served as a basketball coach for Mount Carmel Academy in New Orleans, La. From 2001 to 2004, he served as director of the Loyola University Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America program in New Orleans and worked directly for the president of Loyola University.