Our Board


Honorary Trustees

James Riley, Jr.

James Riley Jr, Tomorrow's Hope Foundation Former Managing Partner
Goldman Sachs New York
Jim Riley received his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Saint John’s University in 1974; Masters in Business Administration in 1975; and an Honorary Degree of Doctor in 2003. Jim is a retired partner and managing director at Goldman Sachs New York. He is the President of the Riley Family Foundation. Jim is a current Board of Trustees member of Sacred Heart Academy, Hempstead, NY. He co-chaired Sacred Heart’s first capital campaign in 2004 and is a current member of the Presidents Council/Parents at Villanova University. Jim is a former board member of Saint Joseph’s in Garden City, NY, former trustee’s member, executive communications member and chair of institutional advancement at Saint John’s University. The Riley family is a sponsor of “Team We Care”. This team is active with many young people swimming, walking, running, and bowling for various charitable causes geared towards medical and educational fields. In 2001 Jim was selected as Big Brothers Man of the Year. In 2002 he endowed the Student Manage Investment Fund at Saint John’s University and the Catholic Big Brothers University Scholarship. In 2003, Jim endowed the Children’s Aid Society University Scholarship. At Villanova University in 2005, Jim endowed the Riley Family Campus Ministry program. Jim is active in endowing scholarships for children’s aid society, catholic big brothers, family and childrens services on Long Island. Jim and his wife, Ellen, have four daughters, Brigid, Shannon, Kerry Lynn and Courtney, all products of Catholic Education and live in Garden City, NY.

Dan Denihan

Denihan Capital LLC
Prior to Denihan Capital he was the co-owner of Affinia Hospitality for over 35 years. He held the position of Managing Director and was responsible for all aspects of human resources to continuously improve the standards of quality and guest service and ensure all human resource strategies were aligned with the company’s mission and business goals. In his tenure with Affinia Hospitality he served in multiple capacities including operations, sales and marketing and food and beverage and oversaw the corporate sales and marketing functions as the company sought to enhance its identity outside the New York market. Dan Denihan serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of St. Francis Hospital & Mercy Medical Center. He is Co-Chairman of the Capital Campaign Committee for St. Aloysius School in Harlem and is a member of the National Development Board for Boston College and was co-chair of its Ever to Excel campaign, NY region. In addition, he is an advisory committee member for the Board of Directors for Catholic Big Brothers Big Sisters and The Whelan Group. Is on the Steering Committee for Boy’s Town New York Development. Additionally, Dan is one of the Board of Directors of the Jesuit Collaborative and serves as a committee member of the Catholic Medical Mission Board. Dan Denihan is a life long parishioner of St. Mary’s Church, Manhasset, NY, a graduate of Xavier H.S. in NYC and Boston College’69. Dan is married to the lovely Kathleen Tuohey for over 30 years. Kathleen is a graduate of Fordham University. Together they are proud parents of five children. Daniel, Johns Hopkins University’01, Conor, Johns Hopkins University’02, Suzanne, Boston College’03, Sean, Georgetown University’06 and Mary Kate, Boston College’06. Edith Tomlin Denihan is the matriarch of the family and has been its guiding force and influence. Dan Denihan was inducted into the Xavier High School Hall of Fame in 1998. Is a recipient of the Catholic Big Brothers Dwight Darcy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 and the Phillip Callan Award for Volunteerism at Boston College in 2004 and, is a member of the Manhasset Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

The Honorable Alfonse M. D'Amato

Managing Director
Park Strategies, LLC
Alfonse M. D’Amato is the managing director of Park Strategies, LLC and served in the United States Senate from 1981-1999. Alfonse M. D’Amato was first elected to the United States Senate on November 4, 1980. Known for his tenacity and ability to get results, D’Amato served three distinguished terms in the Senate advocating the interests and the people of New York State. During his tenure in the US Senate, D’Amato served as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, overseeing legislation affecting America’s financial institutions, banking, public and private housing, urban development and foreign trade promotion. Senator D’Amato also served on the powerful Senate Finance Committee controlling legislation regarding bonded debt, customs, general revenue sharing, health programs, social security, tariffs and trade agreements. The Senator also served on the Senate Subcommittee on Health Care, the Subcommittee on International Trade and the Subcommittee on Taxation and IRS Oversight. As Chairman of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (The Helsinki Commission) Senator D’Amato authored the Libya Sanctions Act to combat efforts by renegade nations to finance international terrorism through oil field development. And as a member of the Senate’s Caucus on International Narcotics Control, Al D’Amato was a leader in the fight against illegal drugs. Senator D’Amato’s transition to the private sector has made him one of the most sought after public policy and business development strategists in the country. His absolute determination, expert negotiation skills, and extensive political and legislative experience are unparalleled. As a founding partner of Park Strategies LLC, D’Amato provides strategic advice and counsel to a variety of corporate clients throughout the United States and the world. Park Strategies, founded in 1998, is headquartered in New York City. They also have offices in Albany, N.Y., Long Island, and Washington, D.C. D’Amato is a vital force in New York politics, most recently helping now President George W. Bush’s effort in New York and helping on the campaigns of his former colleagues in the United State Senate. D’Amato’s political prowess is second to none. In 1995, he was selected by his colleagues to Chair the National Republican Senatorial Committee – the only national republican committee to gain seats that election cycle. D’Amato’s political skills, particularly in New York State, have helped elect hundreds of local, state and federal candidates to office. D’Amato served as Special Master in the Holocaust settlement case with the German and Austrian banks having been appointed by the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York. As Chairman of the Banking Committee, Senator D’Amato led the historic effort to restore assets to Holocaust survivors and their heirs, ultimately forcing the Swiss Banks to pay over $1 billion in restitution to survivors. Senator D’Amato can be seen as a regular contributor/commentator for the Fox News Channel. In addition, D’Amato has a weekly show on Bloomberg Radio, and a weekly segment, Wise Guys, on New York 1 with former New York City Mayor Ed Koch. Senator D’Amato resides in his hometown of Island Park, New York and has finally completed building his “dream home” in Long Beach, N.Y. In July of 2004, he married longtime love Katuria Smith. He is the proud father of four children and fourteen grandchildren.

Robert B. Catell

Robert B. Catell


Board of Directors

What is This Means Warp?

This Means Warp is a space-faring roguelike adventure. One to four players work together to run a spaceship as you traverse a procedurally generated map in real-time, engaging in both combat and non-combat encounters. Facing increasingly dangerous enemies, upgrade your ship and purchase new sub-systems as you progress. The stakes are high - if your ship is destroyed, it’s game over. You can find more details and wishlist the game on the official Steam page.

What platforms will This Means Warp release on?

Currently This Means Warp is planned to release on Steam, followed by other storefronts and consoles. As the game is still in development this may change - we'll keep you posted closer to launch!

When will This Means Warp be released?

This Means Warp is still in development, aiming for (PC) release in early 2022. If you'd like to play before the game is released, you can participate in one of the pre-release beta playtests and provide feedback for development. Visit the Beta page to register.

Can I play This Means Warp singleplayer?

Yes! This Means Warp has been designed for singleplayer as much as multiplayer. In This Means Warp you always control one character - in singleplayer mode you can pilot your ship alone, or you can recruit AI crewmates as you progress. AI crewmates can also be instructed to prioritize certain taks in real-time as you play, so you can get your crew running like a well oiled machine!

Can I play This Means Warp with friends?

Yes! This Means Warp can be played singleplayer, local multiplayer, or online multiplayer. In online multiplayer you can create a private game for you and your friends, or you can make new friends by browsing and joining other people's games.

Can I play This Means Warp before it's released?

Yes! We periodically run playtesting sessions to gather player feedback as we develop the game. Check out the Beta page for more details.

How much will This Means Warp cost?

We still haven't finalized the price of This Means Warp, but will update the Steam page once it's ready for purchase. In the meantime, the pre-release playtests are free so if you'd like to help shape the game before it comes out head over to the Beta page for more details.

Who is developing This Means Warp?

This Means Warp is developed by Outlier, an independent studio based across Ireland and Canada. Check out the About page for more details.

How can I stay updated on This Means Warp?

To be notified when This Means Warp is released, be sure to wishlist the game on Steam. You can also join our Discord to chat to the developers directly. Finally, sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of the page to receive emails for major announcements (e.g. opportunities to play before release).

How can I contact the developers?

Drop us a message via our Contact Us page, or you can chat to us directly on our Discord server.