Matt Roger

“You can bank on Matt"

Nissa Lee PhillipsPlease let me introduce you to Matt Roger, a forty-four-year old husband and father of two, who is dedicated to playing a significant role in supporting and enriching the quality of life of those he loves.  Matt also lives with the challenge of multiple sclerosis.

Matt has a Bachelor of Business from the University of Technology in Sydney in his back pocket, and is also a Chartered Accountant by profession. This kind gentleman has twenty-five years of corporate experience in accounting with KPMG and internal auditing with Westpac.  You can without doubt, be assured of this  amazing individuals commitment and dedication in nurturing the best possible outcomes for all in his circle of influence.

Matt has been living with the challenge of multiple sclerosis for 15 years and meets his neurological and mobility challenges enthusiastically with regular exercise, and is determined to live with the challenge of MS with a positive outlook.

The MS Ambassador Program warmly welcomes Matt, who is a keen advocate for people with a disability and demonstrates this by facilitating an MS Peer Support Group for men, and assists with education campaigns. Matt will inspire you with his determination – you can bank on it!

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