Matthew E. Tutino graduated from Notre Dame University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and later earned an M.B.A. at New York’s Pace University, where he was recipient of the Graduate School’s Peter F. Drucker Award.
Mr. Tutino worked in industry in various systems engineering capacities, including serving as Vice President and Assistant to the President of the Lockheed Electronics Company. during which time he was awarded a patent for Automated Radar Terminal Systems. Subsequently, Mr. Tutino was appointed by President Gerald Ford as Executive Vice President of the Export-Import Bank of the United States. Upon leaving the Ford Administration, he continued working in the investment banking industry, concentrating on corporate restructurings. In the 1990s, under the umbrella of Tutino & Associates, he offered international financial services, including governmental debt restructurings and privatization of state-owned companies in Eastern Europe.
A resident of San Mateo County, Mr. Tutino has served his community for many years offering his services and experience to such organizations as the 2003-04 Civil Grand Jury, San Mateo Sheriff’s Air Squadron (Past Commander), 100 Club of San Mateo (Past President and Current Board Member) and supporting the AARP Driver Safety Program as Deputy State Coordinator California.