Matt Homer joined Cornerstone’s Richmond, Virginia office in February 2017 as Senior Associate. Matt most recently served on the Trump for President campaign in Virginia. During the campaign, he identified external stakeholders and provided effective advocacy and operational oversight while organizing campaign rallies and events. Matt built coalitions as he coordinated strategy both politically and administratively in a complex political environment.
Prior to that, Matt worked on the reelection campaign and then as district representative for Congressman Bob Goodlatte (VA-6). Matt served in this role from 2012-2016, serving as a liaison between federal agencies and external stakeholders, as an ombudsman for constituents maneuvering through complex government bureaucracy, as a speech writer, and as a resource for economic development, grant support, project management, research, and grassroots outreach.
Matt is a graduate of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership’s 2015 Political Leadership Program at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. He served the local community and volunteered as a member of the Luray Rotary Club. Matt has been involved in multiple political campaigns in Virginia at the local, state, and federal level and served as the vice- chairman of the Sixth District’s Republican Congressional Committee and on the board of the Young Republican Federation of Virginia. He served as an advisor, surrogate, and convention whip for both Senator Mark Obenshain’s 2013 campaign for Attorney General and Ed Gillespie’s 2014 campaign for U.S. Senate.
Matt, a native of Texas, holds a B.S. in Criminal Justice and Public Administration from Liberty University and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia with his wife, Charlotte and their three children, Russ, Rylee, and Reagan.