Serving as President and CEO of the Economic Alliance since 2008, Tom has established the EAGB as a national leader in economic development, public-private partnerships and commercialization/innovation.
His career projects exceed $10 billion in value and 50,000 jobs –to include the 2005 BRAC win for Aberdeen Proving Ground and headquarters/R&D campus projects for numerous private sector and federal clients.
His board activity includes the Baltimore Metropolitan Council, BioHealth Innovation, and the Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation. He also serves on numerous advisory boards related to economic development, finance, higher education and public policy.
Tom has received many awards in recognition of his work, including the Baltimore Museum of Industry‘s “Industrialist of the Year” and the Maryland Daily Record’s “Influential Marylander” and “Most Admired CEOs” awards.
Tom has worked as an Adjunct Professor at Towson University and is a graduate of UMBC and Leadership Maryland.