Colonel Matt Neumeyer, U.S. Army

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Colonel Matt Neumeyer, U.S. Army

Department Head
Strategic Security Studies

Areas of Expertise

  • Strategic and Operational Planning
  • Design
  • Military Readiness
  • Professional Military Education

Academic Degrees

  • Master of National Security and Strategic Studies, College of Naval Command and Staff
  • Master of Military Arts and Sciences, School of Advanced Military Studies
  • Master of Strategic Studies, Army War College
  • Bachelor of Science, European History, United States Military Academy West Point

Colonel Matthew Neumeyer joined the Marshall Center in July 2021 and became the Department Head for the Strategic Security Studies Department in June 2022. Previously, he was the Director of Operations, Outreach, and Alumni. 

Colonel Neumeyer commissioned as an infantryman in 1995 and served in the 25th Infantry Division, 3rd Infantry Division and 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). He commanded the Army’s Officer Candidate School, served as an advisor multiple times, and has deployed to Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan. In addition, he is qualified as an Army strategist and operational planner and has served as a planner at the division, combatant command, and service levels. He was selected to the Army Chief of Staff’s Strategic Studies Group in 2015.

Prior to joining the Marshall Center, Colonel Neumeyer was at the U.S. Marine Corps University’s Command and Staff College in Quantico, Virginia, where he served as the Deputy Director and Dean of Students.