Matt Oberhoffner is a program officer for the Climate and Clean Energy program at the Heising-Simons Foundation. Matt has spent over a decade working on winning advocacy campaigns in the climate and clean air space, including securing federal greenhouse gas standards on vehicles and powerplants, as well as the first-ever federal methane leakage controls from oil and gas production. Matt has built broad coalitions that include big environmental groups and state and local organizations, as well as allies in the civil rights and environmental justice space. When he’s not working, Matt enjoys traveling to new places, camping, and hiking in the great outdoors, playing and watching soccer, and spending time with his family.