Matthew Philip Wee took care of Marines, traveled to foreign countries, and implemented procedures as a Personnel Administration, Training & Operations, and Security Cooperation/Foreign Affairs specialist. While in the Marine Corps, he was stationed in California, Bahrain, Germany, Burkina Faso, North Carolina, Washington D.C., and Virginia. He also visited Kuwait, Iraq, France, Japan, Norway, Senegal, Djibouti, and Georgia. After 20 years of Active-Duty service in the United States Marine Corps, he transitioned to the Fleet Marine Corps Reserve. Matthew recently completed a HillVets House Defense Fellowship supporting Armed Services and Veterans issues for Congresswoman Marilyn Strickland who is part of Washington State’s 10th Congressional District. Matthew is currently in Washington, D.C., and supports the Ted Stevens Center for Arctic Studies as a Senior Event Program Planner. He has an Associate’s, Bachelor’s, and Master’s in Business Administration and multiple certifications and certificates.