Since arriving at Nobles in 1986, Tom has helped guide students, their parents/guardians, and his five children through the college process. During his tenure, he has also taught English, served as coordinator of the afternoon program, and worked as an assistant director of athletics, assistant dean of students, admission officer and a class dean. In addition to college counseling, Tom is the head coach of girls varsity hockey, and he has also coached boys varsity hockey, baseball, tennis and lacrosse throughout his career. Furthermore, he has had the privilege to work for and with Nobles’ four most recent heads of school: Cathy Hall, Bob Henderson, Dick Baker, and Ted Gleason. Tom is a graduate of Williams College and Harvard’s Summer Institute on College Admissions. He is a member of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) and the Boston Independent School College Counselors Association (BISCCA). An avid traveler, he has visited forty-seven countries toward his initial goal of fifty-two.