Tori O'Shea

Regional Director, Mid-Atlantic (NC, SC, VA)

Sales

Tori O’Shea serves as the Regional Director for the Mid-Atlantic Region. In addition to her regional role, she supports advisors across the country through RiverFront’s Engage and Next Up Programs. Tori also serves on the firm's LIFE Committee. She first joined RiverFront in 2019 as a Regional Sales Consultant.

Prior to RiverFront, Tori worked as a Math Specialist at the Collegiate School in Richmond, Virginia. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she developed and executed strategic plans for both curriculum and professional development, and coached varsity field hockey and lacrosse. Across industries, nurturing relationships to create incremental steps of success consistently prove to be the most rewarding aspects of her job. Tori holds her BA and Master’s in Teaching from the University of Virginia, graduating in 2012.

Tori loves attending any type of sporting event and you can find her cheering on her Wahoos, Baltimore Ravens, and Washington Capitals. She enjoys volunteering with Geronimo Lacrosse, a local youth lacrosse league, and spending time with her friends and family. Tori appreciates an active lifestyle and enjoys running and barre workouts to keep her going.

“After spending a number of years in education before starting a career with RiverFront, I have particularly enjoyed being a part of RiverFront’s initiatives with Cristo Rey. I admire the resources that RiverFront utilizes week in and week out to support and enrich our Cristo Rey interns. Whether it is chatting with Anthony about his latest basketball game, discussing her outfit to the school dance with Mahognie, getting to show Alex one of my favorite walking bridges over the James River in downtown Richmond, or answering Elman’s questions about his math homework, it is a privilege to be apart of mentoring the young members of our very own community. It is empowering to witness the young students grow within our very office and I feel proud to support the Cristo Rey students.”