Matthew Cuskaden is a senior at South Bend Riley High School. He has been a four year member of the Wildcats track team, and runs competitively outside of school, both independently and for AAU. He is the track and field representative on his school’s Student Athletic Council, as well as a section leader. He was selected by Memorial Hospital and the University of Notre Dame to teach senior citizens how to use tablets to change their lives. In school, Matthew has been a part of the History Club, taken four years of college level engineering classes, and was selected by his school’s guidance counselors to be an official mentor for the freshmen class. Outside of school, Matthew works two jobs and spends his free time watching sports.
“I am beyond proud to say that I am a student in the first class of Startup Moxie. In the first 12 weeks, I have expanded my knowledge of business, and just being a better person, more than I ever thought I had the ability to do. I myself see a change in my own demeanor, work ethic, and the way I look at life. I can’t wait to use my Startup Moxie background in college and beyond to stay a step above the rest.”