The Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (BASHOF), whose mission is to enshrine the great athletes of the region and to help unprivileged kids play sports announces the appointment of Henry Loubet and Chris Rivielle to the BASHOF Board of Directors.
Henry Loubet is CEO of Bohemia Health which was formed in February 2017. In this role he partners with early and later stage healthcare organizations including health plans and health systems, physician groups and health technology to focus on strategy, innovation and business development. Loubet is a national healthcare leader rooted in managed care and public companies. He was the former Western Region CEO of United Healthcare, where he was responsible for 1.6 million members across 10 western states from California to Colorado. Loubet served as President of Health Net where he led health plan growth to more than 750,000 members and $1 billion in revenue. He also served as President of Maxicare Health Plan and created and ran Valley Health Plan in Silicon Valley. Loubet holds Master degrees from University of Pittsburgh and University of San Francisco.
Kevin O’Brien, President/CEO of BASOF stated, “We are fortunate to have someone of Mr. Loubet’s background and significant success as a business person. Also, Mr. Loubet was an outstanding baseball player for Rider University, so his involvement in sports will be helpful to our mission”
Chris Rivielle is President and CEO of Plant Construction. He spent the first two decades of his career in the New York construction industry, where he most recently worked for Tishman Construction as Senior Vice President, responsible for development and management of Tishmans’ interiors group. Mr. Rivielle also taught in the architecture department at the New York Institute of Technology as an adjunct professor for several years and served on the architectural review board in Garden City, NY. Prior to joining Tishman, Chris was a Senior Managing Director at Newmark Knight Frank in New York. Chris has worked closely with a broad range of corporate clients, including Moody’s, Bloomberg, and Citigroup. His expertise includes corporate headquarter development, project management, contract negotiation, lease consulting and management. Chris serves on the Executive Committee for the Bay Area Council where he is also a Co-chair for the Bay Area Council’s Transportation Committee, and an active member of the SPUR Urban Infrastructure Council.
Kevin O’Brien, President/CEO of BASHOF stated, “Chris is a welcome addition to our knowledgeable Board. His extensive and successful career in the challenging, competitive construction field, helps us as we continue to raise funds for at-risk kids”
The addition of these two exceptional individuals will provide significant support to our organization in future years.
About the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame:
The Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame (BASHOF) was founded in 1979 with the dual goals of enshrining the area’s great athletes and helping kids play sports. BASHOF is a 501 © (3) non-profit with federal ID of 94-2618633. The 2019 Enshrinement Banquet is scheduled for Thursday, May 2, 2019 at the Westin St. Francis Hotel.
Published on 12/7/18