Matt Frommer joined SWEEP in 2018 as the Transportation Program’s Senior Associate, where he focuses on electric vehicle policy and EV-grid integration.
Matt received a Master of Environmental Science in Sustainable Planning and Management from the University of Colorado in 2017. He focused his graduate studies on the electrification of rideshare fleets, and the expansion of electric-vehicle charging infrastructure in Colorado. Matt completed a capstone project with Rocky Mountain Institute’s Mobility Transportation team before joining SWEEP. Previously, he worked with Colorado’s rural communities to promote environmental education and stewardship, while also helping them diversify their local economies.
Prior to graduate school, Matt worked as an architect and city planner, specializing in urban mixed-used and residential projects both in the United States and internationally. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Michigan, he moved to the United Arab Emirates and was a project architect on the New York University’s satellite campus in Abu Dhabi. Closer to home, he designed several high-end residential buildings in New York City and Colorado.
When he’s not thinking about sustainable transportation, Matt is usually skiing, hiking, or playing music.