Torrio Osborne provides strategic research advisory services in areas of small business development, real estate and economic development finance.

For more than twenty-five years he has bridged the common needs of private and public sector small business ventures with an emphasis on strategic thinking, real estate lease negotiation relationship management, project development finance.

He is a steward of the TCC-Riley Museum Archives, at Tallahassee Community College which provides students, professors and the community access to museum, library and archival primary and secondary information sources for general and academic research projects; and, locally is the Vice-Chairman of The John G. Riley Museum Foundation Board as well as a proud Board member of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra (TSO).

Iurther champion community preservation and redevelopment, he has presented builtenvironment recommendations to the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Technical Assistance Advisory Panel Study (ULI/TAP) of the Orange Avenue Corridor focused on South City, Tallahassee Florida; and, an Alumnus of Leadership Tallahassee (LT23), Class XXXIII; Served on the Big Bend Homeless Coalition Board as Secretary as well as past volunteer for the United Way of the Big Bend’s CHSP Humans Services Grant program.

He studied Human Development and Social Policy at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois with a focus on Organizational Design and Change management.

Torrio currently resides in Tallahassee, Florida with his wife, two sons and is fascinated with global trade policy, the engaging impact of the arts and civic responsibility.