Connor Grogan BSc MSc

Health Promotion Specialist


Throughout his academic journey Connor has tailored his specialties around health promotion and empowering people to take control of their health. Connor believes that our health is not a state, but rather a status that can fluctuate both physically and mentally, it’s part of life and the challenges that come with it. With that in mind, he recognizes health as a universal right and believes that everyone should be supported and given the opportunities to attain their highest health and wellbeing potential; both in everyday life and inside the workplace.

Connor graduated with a First Class Honours BSc in Health and Leisure from Stranmillis University College Belfast where he was also awarded with the Sport NI Award for Dissertation Excellence 2017, for his research into the contribution of PE and class breaks towards the physical activity of secondary school pupils. Subsequently, Connor obtained an MSc in Physical Activity and Public Health from Ulster University.

As part of his MSc, Connor conducted research entitled, ‘An Investigation into Carer Knowledge of Public Health Recommendations and their Perceptions of the Benefits and Barriers of Healthy Lifestyles for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities’. Connor's research provides a base for conceptive health promotional training initiatives amongst carers in Northern Ireland; this inspires his daily work to further improve the health literacy and wellbeing of employees across our client reach.