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Stephen Meahl

Chief Integration Officer

Stephen is the Chief Integration Officer at Teneo. In this role he is responsible for the global integration of the firm’s five business segments and its acquisitions. He is also responsible for overseeing Teneo’s global marketing function and business development process. In addition, Stephen advises several of Teneo’s clients.

Stephen started working with Teneo when it was founded in 2011 and has served in several senior management roles. He has worked in roles across the business, including most recently as the COO of the U.S. Strategy & Communications business.

During his career with Teneo, Stephen has worked closely with a number of major global companies, advising on crisis communications, litigation issues, CEO positioning, and government affairs strategy. He has also worked with several multinational clients on communications around M&A transactions, CEO transitions, and other special situations.

Prior to joining Teneo, Stephen worked for the U.S. Department of State’s Economic Envoy to Northern Ireland, where he was responsible for executing a number of special initiatives to help drive economic development in support of the ongoing peace process.

Stephen is also involved in supporting numerous non-profit organizations and is a graduate of the College of the Holy Cross.