Matthew Flavin currently serves as CEO at Concord Energy Holdings. Before joining Concord, he was senior vice president at Energy Corporation of America (ECA). During Mr. Flavin’s time at ECA, he led the company’s international business efforts and was responsible for acquisition and divestiture activities.
Before working in the energy sector, Mr. Flavin served at the White House on the National Security Council as the director of the Veterans, Military Families, and Wounded Warriors Task Force. He also worked as the deputy chief of staff to the deputy secretary of defense, where he advised senior defense leadership on a broad array of high-priority policy objectives and operational matters. In 2008, Mr. Flavin was the co-lead for Special Operations on the Defense Transition Team. In this role, he helped spearhead a comprehensive analysis of special operations policies and operations.
Mr. Flavin was a United States Naval Officer and completed combat deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq, and also deployed to Bosnia. He is a graduate of Amherst College and Georgetown Law School and serves on the Board of the Special Operations Fund and as a member of its Executive Committee. Mr. Flavin is also a member of JP Morgan Chase’s Military and Veterans Affairs External Advisory Council.
Mr. Flavin resides in Englewood with his wife, Brooke, and their two sons.