Mr. Waskiewicz recently launched Investment Office Resources, LLC (IOR), a shared resource platform supporting internal investment offices of not-for-profit institutions. Prior to launching IOR, Mr. Waskiewicz served as Chief Investment Officer for Mercy Health (St. Louis, MO), joining the nation’s 5th largest Catholic health system as the system’s first Chief Investment Officer. During his tenure, he built a top-performing investment program and team managing the health system’s $3B investment program comprising reserve, pension, and foundation assets. Under his leadership, Mercy generated strong risk-adjusted returns while receiving industry recognition, including Institutional Investor Investment Committee of the Year (2018) and Investor Intelligence Healthcare Plan of the Year (2015). During his tenure, Tony was named AI-CIO Healthcare CIO of the Year (2018), Institutional Investor Healthcare Chief Investment Officer of the Year (2014), and was listed on Trusted Insight’s Top 30 Healthcare CIO list. At the conclusion of his tenure at Mercy, Mr. Waskiewicz was ranked #31 on AI-CIO’s Power 100 CIO list. At Mercy, Mr. Waskiewicz hired and mentored an award-winning team, including the team’s Deputy CIO being acknowledged as AI-CIO’s Next Generation CIO (2019) and the team’s Senior Investment Analyst honored as a Top 30 Women Rising Stars in Institutional Investing by TrustedInsight (2016). Prior to joining Mercy Health, Mr. Waskiewicz served as Vice President and Chief Investment Officer for the Clark family’s holding company, Clark Enterprises, Inc., one of the largest private holding companies in the country, where he successfully led the investment process and achieved strong returns managing five large investment funds. Before joining Clark Enterprises, Inc., Tony established an investment and institutional management foundation working with and learning from industry leaders at T. Rowe Price, Mercer Investment Consulting, Evergreen Investments and Morgan Stanley. Tony earned his MBA with a concentration in Finance, from the Sellinger School of Business Management-Loyola College and BS degree in Business Administration from Washington & Lee University. Today, he serves on the investment committees for the Missouri Health Foundation and the Mid-American Transplant Association, and recently completed his term as Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School in St. Louis, where his two daughters recently graduated.