Matt Bloom is Associate Professor at the Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame University. He is also Principal Investigator of the Well-Being at Work Project, a longitudinal research endeavor that studies the well-being of employees in their workplace. Matt has seen firsthand the negative consequences of unhappiness at work, and is passionate about finding real solutions to make the workplace a healthy, vibrant, supportive place.
Matt has done cutting edge research in the areas of strategy, compensation and well-being in the workplace. He has consulted with large organizations both in the USA and internationally helping them create vibrant and successful cultures. Matt also is a dynamic speaker and educator, and has won many awards for his teaching excellence. Prior to entering academia, Matt spent several years as a consultant with Arthur Andersen, E.F. Hutton and Shearson Lehman Brothers.
He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. Matt lives in South Bend with his wife Kim. Matt's oldest son, Nicholas (pursuing a PhD in sociology at Duke University) and Nicholas' wife, Kate (pursuing a Masters of Public Health at the University of North Carolina), live in the research triangle of North Carolina. His younger son, Keaton, is an architect in New York City.