Hang Glider Pilot
Matt and his wife Emily pulled up their nearly two decades long Chicago roots in November 2020 and transplanted their 1/8 acre urban farm onto 12 beautiful acres in the foothills of San Jose where they now run a farm animal rescue organization, Rancho Roben Rescues, a fiscally sponsored 501c3 non-profit project of Chappy and Friends.
As part of his work for the farm animal rescue organization, Matt recently spoke to the Mid-Peninsula Widows & Widowers Association about his life and the mission of their farm.
Come along for the ride and eavesdrop on conversations with people who hold fascinating jobs and are experts in their field of knowledge, sharing the stories of how they arrived at this point on their journey, as well as surprising facts about their life and where they might be headed next!
What Can You Tell Me
Matt's all new podcast on:
“Matt Roben is particularly lovable here... interacts with the audience with his great showmanship and later bothers the more serious characters with his tricks…"
In October 2017 Matt became a member of the Bagpipes and Drums of the Emerald Society playing bagpipes at funerals, parades and special events. After permanently moving to San Jose, CA, in January 2021 he began playing for the
From January 2018 through December 2021, Matt was on the Board of Directors at
Links Hall, a Chicago- based organization that supports new work in the performing arts for an inclusive community and in March 2019 Matt became a member of the Producers Board at Physical Festival a contemporary visual and physical theater festival produced in Chicago.