Matt Lonner is interviewed at the STEM Summit 2012.
Matt Lonner is Chevron’s Manager of Global Partnerships and Programs, leading the company’s global social investment strategy, including development of Chevron’s major programs around the world. He also serves as President of Chevron’s foundations.
In 2010, Chevron’s social investments exceeded $180 million, with primary focus in health, education and economic development. Among his accomplishments, Matt has spearheaded Chevron’s global health efforts in the area of HIV/AIDS and Maternal & Child Health – including a major partnership with the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria – and led Chevron’s California Partnership, a significant investment to support science, technology, engineering and math education.
In addition, Matt has directed Chevron through a number of disaster relief efforts in Myanmar, China, Gulf Coast, Haiti and elsewhere, and oversees the company’s employee community involvement programs.
Matt has been a featured speaker on the subject of corporate philanthropy and is a recognized as an expert in the area of public-private partnerships and social investment & development. Formerly a practicing attorney, Matt is a graduate of San Francisco State University and earned a law degree from the University Of San Francisco School Of Law.