Pat Hanlon

SVP, Communications at New York Giants

About

Pat Hanlon is the Senior Vice President of Communications for the New York Giants. Pat has over 25 years of experience in the NFL, including stops with the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, and University of Oklahoma.


Hanlon began their career in 1983 as an assistant sports information director at the University of Pittsburgh. Pat then spent two years at the University of Oklahoma before joining the Steelers in 1987. Pat spent four years in Pittsburgh before moving on to the Patriots in 1991.


Hanlon spent one year in New England before joining the Giants in 1992. Pat has been with the team ever since, serving as their Vice President of Communications. In their role, they are responsible for all aspects of the team's communications, including media relations, public relations, and community relations.


Pat Hanlon received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh. Pat then attended Gettysburg College and Ohio Wesleyan University.


Maddi Harris - Communications Coordinator, Frank Mara - VP, Community Relations, and Dion Dargin - Communications Manager report to Pat Hanlon. Their manager is John K. Mara, President & CEO. Some of their coworkers include Pete Guelli - SVP & Chief Commercial Officer, Victor Mcloughlin - Director, Facilities & Construction, and Tyseer Siam - Director, Football Data & Innovation.

Timeline

  • SVP, Communications

    Current role

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