Matthew Gerard Green born and raised in Barnstable, Massachusetts also commonly known as Cape Cod. Matt grew up with a brother 15 months older along with his parents Dan and Nancy Green. Matt learned a strong work ethic instilled by his parents from a very early age. Matt’s Mom, Nancy, worked as a Registered Nurse in both Cape Cod, Massachusetts as well as the highly renowned Brigham and Woman’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts.
School work came easy to Matt as he especially excelled in math and science. He also grew in interest in entrepreneurship from an early age. Little did he know it, he would often find ways to generate money by charging his older brother for household items he wanted done. This would eventually lead to Matt starting a side gig in Video Production while in high school. Matt excelled as a soccer player at an early age and eventually would add hockey, lacrosse, and crew into the mix. While playing sports consistently during the school year from middle school through high school, as well as having side jobs in high school at the local sports store, Matt was able to stay on the honor roll. As Matt was always pushing for the next level, he would take Chemistry at the local Community College going into his Junior Year of high school in order to be able to take both Physics and Astronomy during his Junior and Senior year. The world had so much to offer that Matt couldn’t wait to get started in life – so much so that he started looking into potential colleges during his sophomore year in high school.
Graduating from high school as part of the Honor’s Society, Matt went on to enroll at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina. As math and science were Matt’s strongest areas, he decided to enroll in the Engineering program, specifically, Mechanical Engineering. As the year went on and more was understood about the Engineering world, it was discovered that it was not the right fit for Matt. He changed his major to Business with a focus in Marketing since his true underlying passion had always naturally been in business. During his time at Clemson, Matt would join the Sigma Chi Fraternity, do stand-up comedy at a local bar/restaurant, and complete a Co-op at Robert Bosch Corporation, and attend many many Clemson football games! Matt was ready for what the world had to offer next as he accepted a position with Capgemini Consulting in Atlanta, Georgia.
During Matt’s time in Atlanta, Georgia, Matt learned the industry of IT Consulting on large scale project implementations. Matt spent two and a half years with Capgemini on telecommunications projects in Atlanta, Georgia as well as Boston, Massachusetts. After his time here, he was recruited by Accenture Federal Services to become a Federal Consultant on one of their many projects with needs in experienced IT Consultant resources. Matt would eventually land at an Army project utilizing his system skills, learned at Robert Bosch Corporation, in a product called SAP. His functional knowledge in this software allowed him to make a name for himself in the Army as well as Accenture by quickly taking on responsibilities as a site lead directing several resources as well as an eventual promotion to Manager. Matt was able to see the world with the Army with deployments based in Texas, Virginia, Hawaii, and Germany. During his time supporting the Army with Accenture is also where he met current business partner, Christopher Anderson. Chris and Matt frequently discussed starting multiple businesses together as they had common interests and goals.
Matt’s thirst for knowledge and bettering himself let to him starting his own consulting company, TMG Solutions LLC where he was immediately able to secure his own position with his newly formed company. TMG Solutions LLC was profitable and doing well over the next year. As Chris and Matt kept in touch over the year, it was evident both of their independent businesses should work together as one since there were many opportunities on the table. With that, Quattro Consulting LLC was started in July 2014. Quattro (www.qttro.com) has been able to position themselves as a “go to” small business with expertise in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) (SAP/Oracle/Peoplesoft) systems. Quattro has been thriving and profitable during this time and continues to do so. Matt handles the Federal business out of Washington, D.C. where he resides with his two children. As time went on, Matt and Chris always looked to new opportunities and this time what better than an opportunity in the sports radio industry. Chris had previous experience with helping Clear Channel expand and was already very familiar with the industry. Matt, always up for a challenge, decided to investigate the opportunity more to ensure it was a viable business offering with upside and expansion. As the analysis went on, it appear to be a good fit for both Matt and Chris to get involved with. With that, The Backroads Sports Network, LLC was formed. Chris serves as the President residing over all front end operations in running and expanding the business while Matt serves as Vice President and assists with backend operations/finances when not dealing with the Federal business, Quattro, which is currently run by Matt on a full time basis for the time being.