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Tipperary’s All-Ireland winning captain Brendan Maher joins Declan Kelly’s Teneo team

Monday, 11th September, 2017 3:07pm
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Tipperary’s All-Ireland winning captain Brendan Maher joins Declan Kelly’s Teneo team

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Tipperary’s All-Ireland winning captain Brendan Maher joins Declan Kelly’s Teneo team

Brendan Maher.jpg

Teneo PSG has announced the appointment of Tipperary’s All-Ireland winning hurling captain Brendan Maher as a Senior Consultant.

 

Dublin based Teneo PSG was acquired by the global CEO advisory firm Teneo in 2016.  Portroe native Declan Kelly, is the Chairman, CEO and a co-founder of Teneo.

 

Maher, who has won two senior All-Irelands with the Premier County, will join the sports and sponsorship division of Teneo PSG.  In his new role, Brendan will concentrate on brand ambassador selection and strategy; media training for young athletes; sponsorship activation; sports PR; leadership talks and strategy.

 

He joins Teneo PSG having previously worked as a primary school teacher, set-up and co-managed the Solus Autism Unit in Loughmore and managed a high-performance gym.

 

He has also held many leadership positions including being one of only a handful of players to have captained All-Ireland minor and senior winning teams and is the Tipperary Senior Hurlers’ GPA lead squad representative.

 

Brendan holds a Bachelor of Education from Mary Immaculate College, Limerick and a Certificate in Strength and Conditioning from Setanta College, Maynooth.

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