ROBERT T. HEALEY, JR.
CHAIRMAN & PRESIDENT
Mr. Healey is an alumnus of St. Joseph’s Preparatory School and St. Joseph’s University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in finance from the Haub School of Business in 2005. Currently, Mr. Healey is the Executive Co-Chairman of the Viking Group, which manages Viking Yachts, large investment portfolios and commercial and residential real estate interests.
Aside from his corporate positions, Mr. Healey’s philanthropic activities include Board positions on the International Education Foundation, established in 1998 to support children from low income families to attend Catholic schools and to grow Catholic schools to be self-sustaining; Gleneayre Equestrian Program founded to help child
ren and teens who are experiencing challenges in their lives to overcome these obstacles through a love of horses; and Children’s Resource Center, a non-profit community swim club and nature center with a high and low ropes course to build self-esteem in children. He is the Co-Founder of the Healey International Relief Foundation which was established to improve the quality of life of individuals and families in war-torn Sierra Leone.
Mr. Healey also sits on the Advisory Board of the School of Entrepreneurial and Family Business for St. Joseph’s University, and is the Chairman for the Recreational Fishing Alliance, a fishing conservation organization founded to promote the health of fish stocks and protect the rights of fishermen to enjoy the sport. He is a Board member of the Lumberton Economic Development Council, as well as the Lumberton Civic Association, and is an Executive Trustee of the Board of the Northern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce. Along with his father, uncle and cousin, Mr. Healey was the recipient of the Greater Philadelphia Area Ernst & Young 2013 Entrepreneur of the Year Award and has also been awarded the Chapel of the Four Chaplains Legion of Honor Award. He is a member of The Union League of Philadelphia, and in his free time, Mr. Healey enjoys participating in Revolutionary War re-enacting as the Chairman of the Continental Line.