Thomas is a recent graduate of Pennsylvania State University, earning his Bachelor of Arts in Economics. While in college, Thomas explored interest in emerging Financial Technologies such as Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain and how they can provide economic security and protections to the disenfranchised. Following his passion, he obtained certification from Duke University’s School of Law in the field of “International Financial Technology Law & Policy”.
He is planning to pursue his J.D. in the future in order to be selected for the Attorney General’s Honors Program with the Department of Justice. If selected, Thomas will become an Assistant United States Attorney and focus on Financial Crimes. In his spare time, he likes to read, graphic design, collect art, and cook international foods.