Before transitioning to the great City of Providence, Reilly was one of the very first hires on the Entrepreneurship team at the Roux Institute at Northeastern University. There he worked in a community, program, and partnership capacity helping a portfolio of early-stage, high-tech startups find economic success in the Greater Portland, Maine area. Additionally, Reilly is a former startup founder himself founding SubLocal, a B2B SaaS startup that helped small business owners stabilize their month to month cash flow. This was achieved through the creation and marketing of monthly subscriptions around the small businesses products and services. SubLocal was a 2021 Maine Center for Entrepreneurs Top Gun Accelerator company.
When not building stuff, helping others build stuff, or building innovation communities, Reilly spends time rooting for Boston sports teams, exploring the local craft beer scene, and playing disc golf.
Prior to joining Venture Cafe Providence, Caroline worked at CIC Health building several statewide COVID-19 response programs as an RFP Writer and Operations Lead. Caroline has multiple years of experience in sales and account management, and also spent a year coordinating student volunteer programs as an AmeriCorps VISTA. She is a proud Rhode Islander and graduate of URI, and has called Providence her home for the last 6 years.
Caroline loves to travel and has visited over 20 countries, and in her free time at home she enjoys tending to her large collection of house plants and exploring the local food scene.