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Sean Conner

Client Success Manager

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

- Project Management
- Client Success Development
- Relationship Management
- Non-Profits
- Fundraising
- Donor Stewardship
- Event Management
- SaaS Start-Ups (Software as a Service)

ORGANIZATIONS

- Consultant, Self-Employed
- Consumer Affairs
- Family & Children’s Services Oklahoma

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

- Entrepreneurship
- Supporter and Volunteer for the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission, Greenwood Rising, and the Greenwood Film Series

With over 15-years of relationship management experience, Sean Conner serves as HIT Strategies’ Client Success Manager, overseeing all sales and client-related activities. At HIT, Sean works with our clients in ensuring their success throughout their HIT journey by providing crucial support along the way. From the proposal and initial research planning through to project completion, Sean ensures that our team understands our client’s expectations, that groups meet deadlines, and that our deliverables accomplish the targeted objectives.  

Prior to joining HIT, Sean led a successful consulting agency where he provided C-Suite executives with strategic guidance and support to expand and scale their businesses. From implementing new technologies to developing comprehensive, proactive client-retention procedures, Sean’s efforts have allowed for companies and teams to maximize efficiency, drive client retention, and identify and secure additional streams of revenue. In addition, Sean has extensive experience working in and with healthcare organizations, media, non-profits, and software-based solutions, providing a unique, multi-pronged approach in managing a diverse book of business. 

Sean is a fierce advocate and supporter of mental health awareness and has personally fundraised well over $100,000 towards treating and caring for those suffering in his home state of Oklahoma. Additionally, Sean has been a long-time advocate of criminal justice reform and continues to support causes that work towards improving the system and the conditions of confinement.