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Matthew Stultz

Corporate Relations and Digital Content Manager

Biography

Matthew Stultz currently serves as the corporate relations and digital content manager in the Office of Institutional Advancement and University Relations and for the Center for Corporate Social Responsibility at Waynesburg University.

Stultz is also a lecturer of communication at the University, responsible for teaching COM 326: Social Media Production.

He is a 2019 graduate of Leadership Washington County, a nine-month program dedicated to building business leaders, community leaders and professional networks across the various government, academic, nonprofit and corporate sectors of Washington County.

Away from Waynesburg, Stultz is a member of the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale board of directors, where he serves as the marketing committee chair. Recently, he completed 10 years of service on the board of the Washington Symphony Orchestra, ultimately serving two terms as president and one term as vice president.

Active in his church, St. James Parish (Washington), Stultz is the parish's altar server coordinator and a member of the Pastoral Council. He also volunteers as a lector for weekend Masses. In 2013, he received the Diocese of Pittsburgh’s “Manifesting the Kingdom” award for exceptional service to the church.

He resides in Eighty Four with his wife, Kayleigh, and their rescue dog, Bagel.

Expertise

  • Copywriting and proofreading
  • Social media
  • Photography and videography
  • Community leadership

Education

B.M., West Virginia University; M.S., Duquesne University