Enterprise Center’s Associate Director Leaves Mason
Posted: October 4, 2000 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am
Michael Kehoe, associate director of the Mason Enterprise Center, is leaving George Mason after 13 years to become a principal in eBrains, an Alexandria-based marketing agency. Kehoe will be responsible for developing the emerging market practice for the company, as well as developing and implementing a suite of services that accelerate the growth of emerging companies.
While at George Mason, Kehoe was instrumental in creating the Entrepreneurship Center and leading its growth. In 1997, the Entrepreneurship Center joined the School of Public Policy and became the Mason Enterprise Center, which is directed by Roger Stough.
“My time at George Mason University has been deeply rewarding,” says Kehoe. “This is a tremendous institution in a tremendous region. Leaving is difficult, but I’m convinced that now is the time, and eBrains is the right opportunity to apply the skills and network that I’ve acquired in the private sector.”
Kehoe will continue to be associated with the university as a member of the Mason Enterprise Center’s advisory board.