Rowe is a professional "change agent" with over 20 years
of experience. He spent
a decade in the US Army, and as a Special Forces “Green Beret”
he was assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) at Fort
deployed to numerous Latin American countries as a Military and
Police Advisor specializing in counterinsurgency, counter-terrorism,
and counter-narcotics. At
the same time he and other members of the 7th Group worked to
promote Human Rights, the rights of the accused, and fought against
the systemic corruption and the other root causes that lead to
extensive crime, civil unrest, and eventually civil war. Matt
left the army as a result of injuries sustained on Active
In 1996 he
advised the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games on effectively
defending its venues from terrorist car bombs, and later accepted
the position of Assistant Venue Security Manager for the inaugural
Olympic Beach Volleyball competition.
Today Matt is a professional business management consultant
specializing in business and process improvement.
He has a BS in Government (magna cum laude) from Campbell
University and an MBA from the Mendoza College of Business at the
University of Notre Dame.
numerous periodicals and professional magazines, Matt co-authored a
feature story in the American Society for Quality's national
professional journal, "Quality Progress."
He provided a timely "white paper" to the US Senate
on the conduct of asymmetrical warfare in Iraq and Afghanistan and
how to manage this type of mission more effectively in the 21st
Matt lives near
Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife and 3 sons.
"White Passage: Red Sun" is his first novel.