“A huge shout out to Jack for an exceptionally well constructed, well delivered and engaging training session. With the product and the value it will bring to members, they were extremely receptive and positive. ” – Client
Jack started his career working as an engineer in the medical device industry before coming to the US to pursue his Masters Degree in Technology Entrepreneurship from Notre Dame. Given his Irish roots and interest in workforce development, he founded Venture for Ireland, a non-profit focused on building talent pipelines between international tech and startup communities. The organization was granted funding by the Irish and U.S. governments. His stint in entrepreneurship led him to join DayBlink where he works on customer experience, operations strategy, customer education, and business process projects for healthcare and telecommunications companies. Jack also leads DayBlink’s social impact arm, DayBlink Foundation, which aims to utilize our people, skills, and resources to tackle societal issues.
His work with Draiocht, a non-profit working in Nepal and Tanzania. They were awarded “Best Civic Contribution” by the Board of Irish College Societies during his tenure leading the organization and he will never forget their elation at this recognition.
He had a great one going down the Amazon in Ecuador – it’s a good story for the pub when he works on your next project.
Jack joined PHIT Improv Comedy Club in order to increase his presentations skills and adaptability. He is also part of the American Ireland Funds Young Leaders Philanthropy Program, and Caulry Gaelic Football Club. Jack asks that you look up Gaelic Football if you’re not familiar, it’s the greatest sport on earth in his humble opinion!