Tom is co-founder of GNHUSA and recently served as Vice President. He attended the Loomis Chaffee School, did undergraduate work at Tufts University in Literature and Philosophy, studied and taught at the Boston Museum School and holds a Master’s in Human Services Administration. Tom also studied Comprehensive Anticipatory Design Science with Buckminster Fuller in the mid-1970s, taught leadership and management skills with Effectiveness Training Consultants, was president of a computer company for 35 years and served on the Board for the Vermont Public Interest Research Group for 12 years, 5 years as president. Tom also served as a volunteer instructor for Red Cross Disaster Services for 20 years, currently serves with a volunteer ambulance service. Current interests include exploring cooperative and collaborative organizations. Tom lives and works in Warren, Vermont.