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Since its inception, Tom has been responsible for all medical device software at Tandem Diabetes Care where he is helping develop the next generation of ambulatory insulin pumps for treating Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes. Tom has spent the past 31 years developing real time embedded software for life critical mechanical systems for both the Aviation and Medical industries. Additionally, Tom has over 20 years of experience with engineering leadership and management. Tom studied engineering at the University of California, Irvine as a Regents Scholar and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelors of Science degree. Later he earned a Masters of Science degree in Engineering, also at UC Irvine. Tom was an adjunct member of the computer science faculty at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, California for six years. Tom currently serves as adjunct faculty for two colleges in Kenya and in addition to working at Tandem, he is a full time Ph.D. student in Organizational Leadership at Regent University. His goal is to develop material to help engineers make the transition from individual contributor to manager. Passionate about global causes, Tom has founded two software companies in Nairobi, Kenya as an alternative to unsustainable charity. These companies perform, with excellence, formal software validation and verification activities for companies operating in the aviation and medical industries. Tom holds eleven US patents with several more pending.