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Jack Keogh

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A native of Ireland, Jack Keogh, has enjoyed a diversified career in consulting and management within corporate and non-profit institutions both in the United States and several other countries.

He developed hands-on skills as a Regional Vice President at one of the premier Human Resources consulting firms, headquartered in New York City. Subsequently, he created and directed the international mobility management programs for a major US corporation.

He also contributed on a senior management level as chief operations officer for a New York City based professional organization. As first Executive Director of the respected Cooperation Ireland in New York, he worked with international corporations and the European Union to create and direct a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the conflict in Ireland through economic development.

In Mexico City, where he resided for over ten years, he co-founded the Irish Institutes of Mexico City and Monterrey and served at the prestigious Anahuac University, a leading university in Latin America.

He consults with major multinational corporations and his assignments have led him to many countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
 

Before founding Keogh and Associates Consulting, LLC, Jack served as Vice President, Human Capital Strategies at Prudential Real Estate and Relocation Services, a division of Prudential Financial, where he was privileged to help develop the international capabilities of the company.

Jack has studied in Spain and Italy, holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from universities in those countries and is fluent in their languages.

He is a highly regarded and sought after consultant and speaker. To date he has addressed more than 40,000 participants in the USA, Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America. Jack consults on global human capital development issues and delivers training.

He resides with his wife and children in Fairfield County, Connecticut.