Riley graduated from the University of Toronto with a Master’s in Public Health and Master’s in Occupational Therapy. His clinical training has spanned from hospital to community settings. Riley values social connection and working with clients to help them to participate in their everyday activities and occupations. His clinical interests include brain and mental health, assistive aids/technology, and environmental modification. Within public health, he has focused on health promotion where he has worked on projects ranging from tobacco control to mental health education. Riley has recently moved to Kingston and was born and raised in Ottawa. Outside of work, Riley enjoys playing piano, cooking, spending time with his family, as well as soaking in the outdoors. He also enjoys spending time with his new cat, Wilbur!