Matt Landis

Matt Landis

Matt Landis

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Matt Landis is an innovator, speaker, and engineer with a background in data engineering, complex analysis, machine learning and artificial intelligence. He served ten years in the U.S. Army as a Forward Observer and AH-64D Apache Longbow pilot, with two tours in Iraq. After separating from the military in 2009, he completed his engineering degree at the University of Pittsburgh and became a research engineer at the Human Engineering Research Lab, designing and developing advanced robotics solutions to communication, mobility and disability issues. In 2015, Matt founded and led the Homewood Platoon of The Mission Continues, working with the community to expand youth development and sports programming. In 2017, he started the Pittsburgh Chapter of No One Left Behind, which has relocated over 100 Afghan and Iraqi interpreters and their families to the city in its first year.

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