Brandon Rennels

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Brandon Rennels
Bias Rating Lean Left
Type Author
Region National
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Brandon Rennels is a mindfulness practitioner, coach, and teacher. He has facilitated mindfulness-based emotional intelligence programs to a wide variety of audiences, ranging from large investment firms in Asia, to manufacturing and technology companies in the United States, to the general public in Iceland. In a previous life he was a Senior Consultant for Oliver Wyman, a global management consulting firm. Brandon is a graduate from the University of Michigan and is an avid table tennis player who is always up for a good match.

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