Matthew Greller has served as CEO of Aim since 2002. He previously served as the Executive Director of Aim’s nonprofit affiliate.
Since becoming the CEO of Aim, Matt has focused on improving member service and government affairs advocacy. He has expanded services by creating the Aim Municipal Management Institute and the Indiana Mayors Institute, as well as the first-ever Mayors School and Clerk-Treasurers School. He was also involved in creating the Aim Medical Trust.
To reach out to more than 470 Aim members statewide, Matt founded the Aim Ambassador Program that employs four former municipal officials and a former State Municipal Executive Director who travel the state to provide onsite community assistance.
Matt has worked to build Aim’s credibility and bring it to the table on important state issues like property tax, public safety, telecommunications, eminent domain and annexation.
Before joining Aim, Matt worked as a consultant for the U.S. Navy in Washington, D.C., where he designed and implemented management systems on naval ships.
He is a native of Nashville, Indiana, and received a bachelor’s in Public Administration from Indiana University-Bloomington in 1994. Matt serves on the Board of Directors of the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute, Purdue University’s Local Technical Assistance Program, Aim, the Aim Foundation and the Aim Medical Trust. He formerly served on the board of the Indiana Society of Association Executives and is a Certified Association Executive.
Matt actively participates in his son’s youth sports programs by coaching school and AAU basketball teams. His family hosts a golf fundraiser in memory of his grandfather each year that provides college scholarships to Brown County High School seniors.
He and his wife, Nikki, have two sons, Ben and Zach.