Matt Kreisle, a fifth-generation Austonian, has played key roles both professionally and personally in dramatically transforming the city's downtown into a progressive urban environment. His position as senior principal at Page has provided him with opportunities to develop and influence design that has improved the quality of life in his hometown.
Kreisle was appointed by Governor Rick Perry as Chairman of the Texas Historical Commission, which oversees the preservation of architectural, archeological and cultural landmarks in Texas.
During his tenure with Page, Matt has organized and directed many of Austin's landmark projects, among them the Barbara Jordan Passenger Terminal at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, the Austin Convention Center and the Robert E. Johnson Legislative Office Building that stands adjacent to the State Capitol. In addition, Matt has chaired the Austin Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Associates, served as citizen adviser to the City of Austin's Downtown Commission and held a seat on the board of the Real Estate Council of Austin.
Kreisle graduated from The University of Texas with a bachelor's degree in architecture.