s the Executive Director of the Lawrenceville Corporation, Matthew Galluzzo manages LC staff and volunteers, oversees the organizational budget and fundraising activities, and works to develop collaborative neighborhood revitalization strategies. In addition to facilitating over $200 million in public and private investment in the neighborhood over past 8 years, Matt has served as the organizational lead for several catalytic neighborhood planning processes including the Upper Lawrenceville Plan, Lawrenceville Pivot, and the Allegheny Green Boulevard Plan. Since he arrived in Pittsburgh sixteen years ago, Matt has worked as a community development professional in numerous areas of the city, including the Penn Avenue Arts District, Hazelwood, and the Northside. He has also taught as an adjunct faculty member for the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School for Community Organization and Social Administration. Matt has served on several boards and committees, including the URA Real Estate Loan Review Committee, the URA’s New Market Tax Credit Advisory Board, Radiant Hall Board of Directors, Green Boulevard Working Group, Sprout Fund Public Art Advisory Committee, Friends of Arsenal Park Steering Committee, Leslie Park Pool Advisory Panel, and the Carnegie Mellon Artist Incubation Advisory Committee. In 2017, Matt successfully completed the NeighborWorks Training Institute, “Community Land Trusts: Creating Permanently Affordable Housing,” and he is currently a Fellow with Lead Now PGH, a transformative leadership initiative administered by Leadership Pittsburgh.