Matthew Schojan

Research Associate, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

Matthew utilizes his more than 20 years of experience spanning both the public and private sectors to support teams and strengthen programs and organizations. After more than a decade in the private sector, he transitioned into humanitarian focused management, with an emphasis on health, and has led projects with more than 500 staff and 60,000 beneficiaries. Matthew is currently a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health in the Department of Mental Health serving as a Research Associate for the Applied Mental Health Research group and co-chairs the Mental Health and Psychosocial working group in Myanmar alongside UNFPA.


Professional Expertise


International development, Public health


Conflict/post-conflict settings, Disaster relief/response, Stress and coping

Methodological Areas

Strategies expertise

Community engagement, Partnership development

Intervention Expertise

Psychosocial skills, Mindfulness/meditation

Partnership Expertise

Community-based organizations/coalitions, International NGOs