Ex-Cleveland Browns player who was there for “The Drive” sees good things ahead for the team
Brennan said some of the lessons he learned in football carried over to his career at Key. “No matter what talent level anyone has, in football or any other discipline, you get to the top through good habits, hard work, and with help from others who have the same goals that you have.”
Brennan is thrilled to be at a company that shares his goals of community service. He has hosted a golf tournament for nearly 30 years that has raised more than $5.5 million for Boys Hope Girls Hope, an organization that provides a quality education and a safe, secure home to help children in challenging circumstances succeed. Key has been a significant supporter over the years.
“Key has a very strong moral and ethical executive leadership team. People at Key, whether it’s our CEO, Beth Mooney, or other employees, truly care about others, and that’s how I was raised, too,” says Brennan.