Meet the NTC Staff: Matt Steadman
Hello, I am Matt Steadman, I began working with NN/LM in July of 2011 and am the web software developer for NTC, and also work with the MidContinental Region. I’m responsible for the underlying code of the NTC website, the NN/LM Class Registration System, NTC’s graphics and course logos, ensuring compliance with federal regulations and best practices for the website, and whatever other similar tasks come up.
I received my Bachelor of Science in 2012 in Computer Engineering from the University of Utah in 2012. Throughout my education I applied my skills in various capacities, I have worked as a web developer, business analyst, data analyst, graphic artist, and as an assembler of electronics. Although until I found myself working with the NTC, I didn’t even know that Medical Librarians existed. Since then I have learned a lot about the role that Medical librarians play and am very honored to assist both my coworkers and the many librarians that we train.
In Fall 2014 I founded the Video Game Heritage Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and recognition of the inherent art of the medium as well as the impact that video games have had on our culture at large, and the role they continue to play. I am currently pursuing my MBA at the University of Utah in the Professional MBA program, and expect to graduate in Fall of 2017.
I live with my wife of 9 years Emily and our 1 year-old daughter Madeline in Taylorsville, Utah.