Dylan Timmerman started with Matson Consulting in 2015 as an Intern where he learned the ins and outs of agribusiness, strategic planning, and grant development. In December of 2015, Dylan graduated from the University of South Carolina, Aiken with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and joined the firm full-time as a Writer and Researcher. In this position, he put his skill to use developing grant applications, business plans, feasibility studies, and other strategic planning documents.

In 2017, Dylan took a break from Matson Consulting to pursue a Master’s in City and Regional Planning from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. During that time, he gained experience in community development, environmental impact planning, and land use planning practices. Dylan obtained an internship during the summer of 2018 with Self-Help Credit Union, a Community Development Financial Institution in Durham, NC. There, he worked with the Public Policy team on a local food system development initiative designed to build a resource network for smaller-scale, local food and agricultural businesses.

Dylan returned to Matson Consulting as the Content Manager in the summer of 2019 following his graduation. As Content Manager, he works with clients on a full range of strategic planning projects including business plans, grant applications, program evaluations, and feasibility studies. Dylan brings his community planning and business development skills to his work with clients in crafting unique and purpose-driven business and community development plans and solutions.