Just in from the Kiwanis Club of East Boston:
Aloha! Come enjoy a luau and fellowship with people who serve their community. Special guest speaker: Rick Musiol of the New England Aquarium. His talk will feature the future of the Aquarium and its programs that inform and protect against climate change.
Date: Tuesday, June 20
Time: 6 pm
Place: Orient Heights Yacht Club
Cost: $35 per person
Cash bar available
Attire: casual – Hawaiian shirts are welcome!
Great raffles! Great people! Great information!
Ticket information: Marisa – 1.617.650.3442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rick Musiol, Jr. joined the Aquarium in July 2019 as Vice President, External Relations. In this newly created position, Rick reports directly to the president and chief executive officer and works collaboratively across the Aquarium to coordinate and expand our engagement with government and elected officials, civic and community groups, the business community, and corporations.
Rick previously served as the Senior Vice President and Regional Director of Public Affairs for Citizens Bank, where he was responsible for the development and oversight of activities that enhanced the reputation of the bank through charitable contributions, philanthropic and community outreach activities, as well as media and social media.
Prior to this role, Rick served as the Chief of Staff to the President of the Massachusetts Senate, leading a team dedicated to developing the Senate President’s policy agenda, working with members, committee chairs, and staff on the Massachusetts Senate’s policy
In 2015, Rick was selected by the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce as one of Greater Boston’s Ten Outstanding Young Leaders, and, in 2017, he was selected to participate in Harvard Business School’s Young American Leaders Program. He also stays civically active on a variety of local boards, such as Community Servings and Camp Harbor View.
Rick is a graduate of Stonehill College with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and holds a Masters of Science in Public Affairs from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
A native of Cape Cod, Rick resides in Boston.