Michael A. Keane, Certification in Change Management and Organization Development (Georgetown University), Certificate in Personal Financial Planning (DePaul University)

Email: mapkeane@comcast.net

Phone: 8027335546

Location: North Bennington, VT

Speaking Topics: Renewal of personal vision and goals; the map and compass of your life; how to renew you

Michael Keane brings more than 40 years’ experience, first, in the education field, then in management and leadership in financial services, management consulting, and in helping clients and friends to develop a workable map for how they will remain active, engaged, and relevant upon their retirement from their career pursuits.

He taught at the University of Delaware for four years and worked for the Ministry of Education in the Kingdom of Norway for nine years. After transitioning to the business world, Michael managed operations business units for Salomon Brothers Inc, a premier Wall Street firm, and Thomson McKinnon Securities, Inc.

Michael is a management consultant and retirement coach. He focuses on helping business leaders looking to transform their organizations and helps current and soon-to-be retirees identify how to make the most of the next stage of their lives.
At KPMG Consulting, American Management Systems, Inc. (now CGI), Watson Wyatt Worldwide (now Towers Watson), Arthur Andersen, and A.T. Kearney, Michael consulted for more than 40 global businesses and their leaders in the US, Canada, the UK, and the Netherlands, on strategic planning, performance improvement, merger integration, and enterprise transformation.
As a dual citizen of the European Union (Republic of Ireland) and the United States, he often has the opportunity of working with clients in the EU. He is fluent in English, French, Norwegian, and Swedish..

Michael has degrees from Saint Peter’s University, Duke University, and Oslo University, Norway. He has a Certificate in Organizational Development/Change Management from Georgetown University and in Personal Financial Planning from DePaul University.

Michael and his wife Edie moved to North Bennington, Vermont in 2006 and practice their strong beliefs about serving their local community and state through civic involvement.