Boisi Guest of Honor at 25th Wall Street Dinner
Finance executive and longtime Boston College supporter Geoffrey T. Boisi ’69 will be honored at the 25th annual Boston College Wall Street Council Tribute Dinner, to be held April 25 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.
Boisi will be presented with the President’s Medal for Excellence in recognition of his exceptional career, as well as his personal and professional contributions to society.
The chairman and CEO of Roundtable Investment Partners, LLC, Boisi is a founding member of the Boston College Wall Street Council, a network of more than 1,700 alumni, parents and friends who work in and represent the financial community in New York. Through its annual dinners, the council has raised more than $18 million for the Presidential Scholars Program, an honors program that combines rigorous course work, community service, international experience and internships.
Since its inception, more than 250 Presidential Scholars have attended BC, earning some of the most prestigious academic awards, including Fulbright grants and Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Beckman, and Goldwater scholarships, among many others.
A 27-year member of the Board of Trustees, Boisi served as its chairman from 1993 to 1996 and is now a trustee associate. He and his wife Rene Isacco Boisi ‘69 endowed the Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life at BC.
Boisi co-founded MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership, a leader in connecting America’s young people with caring adult mentors. He also serves on a number of civic, educational and religious boards. His honors include the American Red Cross of Greater New York’s Humanitarian Award, the Cancer Research Institute’s Oliver R. Grace Award for Distinguished Service in Advancing Cancer Research, and the National Catholic Educational Association’s Elizabeth Seton Award.