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Nicholas Harte Matlin, M.S.Ed, PhD

  • Program Manager, Education & Engagement
  • As the Program Manager for Education and Engagement at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the School for Social Policy & Practice, Nick Matlin manages delivery, marketing, and logistics for CHIP’s education programs and contributes to the center’s broader applied research work. Nick comes to CHIP with 16 years of diverse experience in the nonprofit sector, working variously as researcher, teacher, and office manager. Previous roles include conducting policy, implementation, and evaluation research for JET Education Services in Johannesburg, South Africa; teaching high school English in Wilmington, Delaware; and lecturing in English and Humanities at New York University. Over the course of his career, he has published broadly on topics including vocational education, teacher development policy, and teaching literature and human rights. Nick earned an M.S.Ed in International Educational Development from the University of Pennsylvania, a PhD in English (focused on South African literature) from New York University, an MA in English from the University of Sussex, and a BA summa cum laude in English from Kenyon College.



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