Matt Connelly joined Good360 as Chief Executive Officer after having served on the Board of Directors for eight years, including the last four as Co-Chairman. With Matt at the helm, Good360 was named one of The Washington Post’s 2021 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area, and our organization’s impact has scaled significantly.
In 2020 alone, Good360 distributed more than $870 million in donated product, $250+ million of which was distributed specifically for COVID relief. Our organization partners with socially responsible companies to source highly needed goods and distribute them through our vast network of 90,000+ diverse nonprofits that support people in need.
Matt is a transportation and supply chain industry veteran with a 32-year track record at UPS where he developed the network strategy and design for the US transportation network and was responsible for the sourcing of purchased transportation. Additional accomplishments include executing multiple contracts with the US Postal Service, and leading the integration of Coyote Logistics, a company acquired by UPS.
Matt first began his UPS career as a package driver in Cambridge, MA, and progressed through a series of operations and engineering roles within UPS, including assignments in Florida, Chicago and UPS Supply Chain Solutions. Matt played a significant role with UPS’s expansion into global markets, forwarding and contract logistics services.
In addition to his responsibilities for UPS Network Operations, Matt also served on the UPS Humanitarian Relief Program Steering Committee and oversaw UPS’s humanitarian relief transportation solutions for The UPS Foundation. Additionally, Matt represented UPS for five years on the American Red Cross Corporate Advisory Council.
Matt was born and raised in Boston, earned a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Northeastern University, and completed the Goizueta Executive Program at Emory University. Matt and his wife, Cathy, recently relocated to Alexandria, Virginia from Atlanta. The couple have two sons, Joe and Jack.