As far as Matt can recall, he hasn’t read a notable sci-fi book in a long time, and he was never an avid collector of Star Wars memorabilia, though he does remember walking out of the movie theater after seeing Star Wars feeling that the world, the universe, had somehow altered in a fundamental way. After graduating from Stanford in the late 80s, Matt followed the herd to Wall Street where he spent two long years growing up. He then took the obvious next step and went to Princeton Seminary where he emerged ten years later with a couple of master’s degrees and a PhD in philosophy and theology. Matt has always been fascinated with what makes humans human and continues to explore that theme with his work on creative problem solving and the nature of discovery. After nearly twenty years at Princeton University as a lecturer and administrator, Matt now serves as the VP of content and business development at Polymath Innovations.