While with Central Connecticut State University, O'Connor was responsible for coordinating the team's film exchange program, managing the Howie Dickenman Basketball School, monitoring the team budget and assisting with scheduling.
Prior to his time at CCSU, O'Connor spent two seasons at Providence, where he assisted in the day-to-day operations with the Friars.
O'Connor received his master's degree from Providence in 2013 and his bachelor's degree from Ohio University in 2011, where he served as the squad's Head Basketball Manager and helped assist in the day-to-day operations for the Bobcats.
He now runs his own youth basketball organization in NYC called KING Hoops. He coaches, trains, and works kids out year round from all over the tri-state area.