Tom Archipley, Ph.D., Founder and Chairman of Blink Device Company
Tom Archipley and his family, Dina and Zachary (HPU Class of ’23), are active supporters of charitable organizations such as Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project in Uganda, Navy SEAL Family Foundation, CRISMA Center of Rehabilitation of San Miguel de Allende, That Day Ministries and Love and Respect Ministries. Located in Okemos Michigan with skiing trips taken to Telluride Colorado regularly –
Early Life and Education
Tom Archipley has worked in multiple fields, such as biotech, medical devices and manufacturing. He has served on the boards of directors of both public and private companies. Tom and his wife have donated generously to numerous charitable organizations such as Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project in Uganda; Navy SEAL Family Foundation; CRISMA (Center of Rehabilitation of San Miguel de Allende); Patriot Post; Love and Respect Ministries; National Medal of Honor Heritage Center and Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation.
Zach Archipley, their son, graduated with a Bachelor’s in Theatre Performance from High Point University. During this time he participated in many plays and productions at HPU as an actor and improviser before now living and acting professionally in New York City.
Tom Archipley is the Founder and Chairman of Blink Device Company, a medical device start-up specializing in creating high tech electronic devices used for surgical procedures. He was previously the owner and CEO of Centurion Medical Products Corporation, which manufactured, sterilized and sold specialty procedure trays. Under his 15 years of leadership at Centurion, both revenue and profitability quadrupled dramatically. He is an active philanthropist, contributing to organizations such as Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project in Uganda, Navy SEAL Family Foundation, CRISMA (Center of Rehabilitation of San Miguel de Allende), That Day Ministries and Love and Respect Ministries. Tom lives with his wife Dina in Okemos, MI while spending winter skiing trips in Telluride Colorado with their two sons (Zachary graduated HPU with a BA in Theatre and is part of Charcoal Pony Theater Improv group).
Achievement and Honors
Tom and Dina Archipley are proud parents to Paige (EHS ’19, HPU ’23). The Archipleys support multiple charities such as Nyaka AIDS Orphan Project in Uganda, Navy SEAL Family Foundation, CRISMA Center of Rehabilitation in San Miguel de Allende, Love and Respect Ministries That Day Ministries Love and Respect Ministries That Day Ministries Congressional Sportsmen Foundation National Medal of Honor Heritage Center as well as High Point University Theatre Department including Charcoal Pony Improv Group; they reside in Okemos Michigan spending winter skiing Telluride
Tom Archipley resides with his wife Dina and son Zachary in Okemos, Michigan. Their family spends summers in Telluride and winters in northern Michigan and are deeply engaged with philanthropic activities, supporting numerous charities like Nyaka AIDS Orphans Project in Uganda, Navy SEAL Family Foundation, CRISMA (Center of Rehabilitation of San Miguel de Allende), That Day Ministries, National Medal of Honor Heritage Center. Additionally they created Archipley Family Theatre Endowment Fund at High Point University which supports its theatre department as well as Charcoal Pony Improv Group improv group.
Archipley and his partner also own a second home in Telluride, Colorado. Archipley is registered to vote as a Republican in Ingham County Michigan. His address at 3832 Crooked Creek Dr in Okemos MI is 3832 Crooked Creek Drive; relatives live nearby in Rochester MI; Okemos MI; Boulder Colorado and San Francisco California.