Mathew Fleeger is a renowned CEO and President of Gulf Coast Western. The company aims at acquiring, developing, and exploring domestic gas and oil operations and reserves. Fleeger led a company built on transparency while ensuring that trust and respect coexist among staff in the workplace. Fleeger took part in charity works conducted in Sadie Keller Foundation. Fleeger enrolled himself in Southern Methodist University, where he pursued a course on Marketing and Finance. His decision to follow the route gave him adequate knowledge to run as a business person.
When he graduated, Matthew Fleeger Gulf Coast Western was very optimistic about his career, which would lead him to be successful. Fleeger’s inspiration came from his father, the owner of the booming gas and Oil Company. The inspiration he had received and the knowledge he obtained from the University made him ambitious while he ventured into the entrepreneurship world. Fueled by his desire to be the best, he worked for seven good years moving from one job to the next, aiming at gaining more experience in his field. His leadership skills were outstanding, the reason he succeeded in most of his executive roles. Various companies from Texas admired Fleeger’s skills to the extent of wanting to bring him on board. Mathew Fleeger decided that he will run Gulf Coast Western, a family-owned company.
MedSlutions, a company founded by Matthew Fleeger Gulf Coast Western in 1993, oversees the treatment, management, and disposal of medical wastes. He became the director, CEO as well as president of MedSolutions for 14 good years. He stepped up by working extra hard to ensure that the company he had founded was successful. However, Fleeger sold MedSolutions in 2007 for $59 million after being approached by Stericycle. Being the CEO and the founder of MedSolutions, equipped him with considerable skills that made him assume the role of the presidency in Gulf Coast Western.
Fleeger purchased a property at Vail, Colo, for 17 million dollars. After buying it, he embarked on renovating the house that cost him 7 million dollars. Regardless of the much effort he had put into renovating the house, he finally sold it. The whole journey of renovating a home is what Fleeger is addicted to, the reason why renovation at Vail, Colo was his 8th one. Going by the public records, Fleeger has served in forty-two companies; twenty-seven of these companies are still active while fifteen are inactive.