Fairfield resident joins Special Olympics board


Peter Keenoy

Special Olympics Connecticut has announced that Peter Keenoy has joined its Board of Directors.

In this role, Keenoy will help lead the organization that provides year-round sports training and competition opportunities for individuals of all abilities.

Keenoy is a member of Kilimanjaro Advisors and its investment committee. He is also a co-manager of Impala Partners. Prior, he was vice president at GE Capital and chief credit officer of its corporate lending business, with offices in nine countries. He has also worked for Arthur Andersen in their auditing division.

Keenoy graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University with a bachelor’s degree and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago. He lives in Fairfield with his wife and their three children.

Keenoy and his family were presented with the Eunice Murtha Award at the 2013 Special Olympics Connecticut Hall of Fame event. The award is given out annually to an individual or family who, through philanthropic means, has made a significant impact on the organization.

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