Matt Greller was appointed Executive Director of Aim in 2002, then known as the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns. He previously served as the Executive Director of the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns Foundation, a non-profit affiliate of the Association. In 2018, the Aim Board of Directors acted to formally change Greller’s title to CEO.
Before coming to Aim, Matt worked as a consultant for the Navy in Washington, D.C where he designed and implemented management systems on naval ships and submarines.
Since becoming CEO, Matt has focused on improving member service and more effective government affairs advocacy and modernizing the organization to better meet the needs of its members. Under his leadership, he has expanded services by creating the Municipal Management Institute, the first-ever Mayors School and Clerk-Treasurers School, the Indiana Mayors’ Institute, a collaboration with Ball State University. Greller also spearheaded the launch of the Aim Medical Trust, a statewide health insurance pool for municipal government.
Matt has improved the Association’s advocacy efforts by seeing the Indiana General Assembly pass important laws for cities and towns, such as the sweeping road funding reform package passed in 2017. He has helped build the credibility of the Aim and bring Aim to the table on important issues that will impact Hoosiers for decades to come.
Matt Greller is a native of Nashville, Indiana, and received a B.S. in 1994 in Public Administration from Indiana University, Bloomington. He has serves on the Board of Directors of the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute, Accelerate Indiana Municipalities, and Aim Medical Trust. Matt is a former board member of the Indiana Society of Association Executives and Purdue University’s Local Technical Assistance Program. Matt is a Certified Association Executive.
Matt is an active participant in his son’s youth sports programs. He coaches school and basketball teams. Matt’s family hosts a golf fundraiser in memory of his grandfather each year that provides college scholarships to Brown County High School seniors.
Greller and his wife Nikki have two sons, Ben and Zach.