Kevin Riley

Cincinnati
Partner and Chief Operating Officer
Cincinnati, Ohio
Joined NAP: 1998
PURPOSE
To establish quality real estate developments that deliver meaningful experiences as well as thriving communities.
 

 

Kevin’s purpose is to provide the highest value for our associates, our investors and our communities as a result of the work we do.  His vision is to focus NAP as an industry leader in every market in which it serves.  Kevin joined North American Properties (NAP) in 1998 as Chief Financial Officer. Since 2014, he has led NAP as its Chief Operating Officer and Partner overseeing the strategic, operational and financial affairs of the company on behalf of its investors.

Kevin’s passion for creating and sustaining flourishing communities extends well beyond his professional career. He serves on the board of the Catholic Inner-city Schools Education Foundation which offer faith-based education for disadvantaged youth. He is also on the board of Nehemiah Manufacturing Company, an organization whose mission is to provide job opportunities to second chance citizens with little or no work history. Kevin is a member of National Urban Land Institute where he sits on the CRC/Gold product council as well as being actively involved with Cincinnati Center City Development Corporation’s (3CDC) Asset Committee. Both of these organizations work to promote sustainable, thriving communities in the city’s core. Additionally, he serves on the board of CincyTech and on the Board of Trustees for The Summit Country Day School.

Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Kevin, his wife and four children call Cincinnati home.

 

SOCIAL

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CONTACT

Sam Marx
Executive Assistant to Kevin Riley
513.721.2744
212 East Third Street, Suite 300
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
 

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