I have a deep interest in health and music. I grew up in a household of health care providers and saw first hand the challenges faced by patients, care givers and their loved ones. As a business student I recognize the need for social enterprise in creating meaningful systems change and as a music lover I believe that Room 217 can lead that change in health care space.
Alicia Riolino holds a Master’s Degree in Economic Policy from McMaster University and is pursuing her MBA from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. She has a knowledge of change management, having worked in strategy implementation with Professional Services companies including Corporate Strategy for BDO Canada. Recently, Alicia became the Director of Research at Diversio Inc. a technology start-up that provides data-driven insights to executives and human resources leaders on inclusion and diversity. She is deeply interested in organizational culture and how to affect positive change. She lives in Toronto with her partner Justis, who is a musician and aspiring music therapist.