As the founding member of Kirnan Consulting, Matt Kirnan has utilized a lifetime in business and real estate experience to provide strategic planning, cost efficiency services, and real property management services to clients in all sectors of the U.S. economy. Matt has successfully guided strategic and business success through the introduction of ASO/PEO services, telemedicine, and lab testing services and good, common sense business advice.

After a long career as a PEO owner that included authorship of the NJ PEO legislation, Matt’s consulting practice has continued to provide PEO and ASO consulting services to the Tri-State area’s leading businesses and organizations, creating and delivering essential advantage by building capabilities and successfully navigating through critical junctures in their business. Matt’s PEO consulting services routinely help clients lead transformational change, create new organizational models, capture value from their customer and channel strategies, and integrate security into their strategy to ensure the resilience of their business.

Matt consulted on and has authored numerous pieces on human resources in the public and private sector, also written on sports, human interest, politics that have been published in the Bergen Record (New Jersey), the Verona-Cedar Grove Times and numerous Human Resource trade journals.

Matt’s background includes a ten-year stint as a Mayor and Council Member; appointments to numerous municipal committees; and a run for the United States House of Representatives in New Jersey’s old Eighth District as the Republican candidate for Congress.

A member of the Drew University Athletic Hall of Fame,Matt is an advocate of youth sports and has spent nearly twenty-five years involved on the grammar school and high school level as a soccer (F license), basketball and baseball coach; serving as athletic director for ten years at a local grammar school. Twenty of Matt’s players have performed on the collegiate level as student-athletes.

After getting off-track and making an egregious mistake (see “Mistakes Made”), Matt has re-built his business practice, made even more aware of the frailty and preciousness of life, respect and honor.

Matt has authored over 20 articles on various topics

Governor Donald Di Francesco signs NJ’s first PEO law. Matt Kirnan is 3rd from right.

Mayor Kirnan with Governor Whitman in 1999