Before joining Camoin Associates in 2014, Tom earned his Master of City and Regional Planning degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he specialized in Real Estate Development and Placemaking. Tom also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Boston University. His focus in economic development centers on applying data-driven methods to help communities identify and leverage their strengths to achieve success.
Tom's Affecting Real Change
Tom is currently working on a feasibility study in Biddeford, Maine, that has been a catalyst for spurring redevelopment and reinvestment in the city’s downtown. The study has identified new uses for a Brownfield site that will draw residents and workers to the city center.
Tom conducted research and data analysis for a supply chain study on a proposed ethane cracker facility in rural West Virginia. The results of the analysis are helping to attract further jobs and investment to the region.
As an intern at the Durham Urban Innovation Center in Durham, North Carolina, Tom worked on research briefs on issues ranging from affordable housing to Brownfield redevelopment. This research focused the city’s attention on developing initiatives to address quality of life issues for residents.
In his free time, Tom can be found playing clarinet in the Ballston Spa Community Band or exploring a new city. He enjoys international travel and foreign languages.