LIVE! Since You Asked
interview series featuring industry movers and shakers
The Alumni Office brings you webinars geared primarily towards alumni, students, and parents who wish to learn from and connect with professionals in the Prep network. A spin off of "Since You Asked," the written version found on the last page of every issue of Prep Magazine. Interviewees speak about their time at the Prep as well as their professional paths. Guests represent industries ranging from medicine to professional sports, finance to journalism, coffee to music, and more. We invite you to view the archived interviews here.
Next up on Live! Since You Asked...
Tom Riley '75 P'02, President and CEO of Seniorlink
Friday, December 18 at 12 pm | Register below to access the webinar link
For more than a decade, former Chair of the St. John's Prep Board of Trustees, Tom Riley '75 P'02 has been bringing his vision, passion and expertise to expanding technology resources and support to care teams and family caregivers of clinically-complex patients. In his role as CEO of Seniorlink, he has focused on the development of care collaboration solutions that result in better outcomes at a lower cost. Tom brings more than three decades of leadership experience in health care services and proprietary education to this work. He was a board member and interim Chairman/CEO of Brown schools, which provides specialized residential treatment and education programs for at-risk youth. Tom was also CEO of Care Advantage, a provider of high-cost case management services and he served as CFO and CEO of The Mentor Network, a Boston-based provider of services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and survivors of traumatic brain injury . In 2017, Tom was appointed to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker's inaugural Council to Address Aging. Comprised of leaders across public and private sectors, the Council focuses on developing a plan to improve efforts to support healthy aging in Massachusetts and achieve the goal of making the Commonwealth the most age-friendly state for people of all ages.During his time as a student at St. John’s Prep, he was a member of the Golf team and played Basketball. Since his graduation, Tom has been a super volunteer for his alma mater, helping to keep his classmates connected, plan reunions, support fundraising initiatives, and much more. He has always stood out for his leadership and commitment to his fellow alumni and continues to be an advocate for mentoring and professional networking across the Prep community, especially for the Prep's youngest graduates.