WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Archbishop Stepinac High School named Kevin J. Keane of White Plains and member of the Class of 1974 as chairman of the school's Board of Trustees on Tuesday.
Keane succeeds William F. Plunkett, Jr. who served as the board’s first chair since its creation five years ago.
“It is fitting that Kevin Keane, who has long served his alma mater with distinction and played an instrumental role as one of the founding trustees of the Board, will lead the critically important work of this remarkable group of talented and committed individuals." said the Rev. Thomas Collins, the school's president. "I and other members of the school’s administration look forward to working with Kevin and the board members to reinforce our school’s position as one of the nation’s 50 top ranked Catholic High Schools and as one of the region’s preeminent private high schools.”
Professionally, Keane’s career with O’Connor Davies has spanned more than 30 years. As managing partner and a member of the executive committee, he has led the emergence of O’Connor Davies, as one of the pre-eminent, full-service certified public accounting and consulting firms in the New York metro area.
In 2012, Keane’s commitment to the community through corporate giving and philanthropic work were recognized by Stepinac’s Board of Trustees when it honored him with its Corporate Citizenship Award, presented to exemplary alumni.
He holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting from SUNY Albany and a master's of business in finance from Pace University.
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