Sean M. Reilly
Advisory Board Member
BBA, University of Notre Dame
JD, Widener University School of Law
MGA, University of Pennsylvania
Sean M. Reilly is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of Roscommon International, a full service government relations, consulting and federal marketing firm. He is also a member of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s State Transportation Advisory Committee and was a member of Governor Wolfe’s Transportation Transition Team. Mr. Reilly represents his clients in front of local, state and federal government. Mr. Reilly’s career has included tenure in the political, legal and corporate communities. Most recently, Sean served for four years as head of the regional government affairs practice at an international law firm, and before that he was State and Political Director for United States Senator Rick Santorum. From 1990 to 1998, Sean served as an Officer in the United States Army Reserve.
Mr. Reilly is an active member of his community. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Twenty First Century Society of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and a past President of South Philadelphia Habitat for Humanity. He is a founding member of the Philadelphia Leadership Project, a member of the Pennsylvania Future Fund, American Swiss Foundation, and the Pennsylvania Society. Other memberships include The Union League of Philadelphia, Commonwealth National Golf Club and the Notre Dame Club of Philadelphia.
His awards and honors include Pennsylvania’s Most Effective Lobbyists Under 40 (2005), Next Political Power Generation (2004), Philadelphia Business Journal’s 40 under 40 (2002), American Swiss Foundation’s Young Leader Award(2002), NCFJE Community Service Award (2001), National Multiple Sclerosis Leadership Award (2001), Widener University School of Law’s Young Alumni of the Year Award (1998), University of Notre Dame’s Young Alumni of the Year Award (1993), and Great American Insurance’s Manager of the Year (1993).
Mr. Reilly received a BBA in 1990 from the University of Notre Dame, a J.D. from Widener University School of Law in 1996 and an MGA from the University of Pennsylvania in 2002.
Sean resides in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania with his wife Susan where they keep busy with their five children and one grandson. Summers find them at their Beach House in North Wildwood, New Jersey. Sean and Susan are also very active in the Notre Dame community supporting the President’s Circle, the Notre Dame International Security Program, the Nanovic Institute for European Studies and the Athletic Department.