Thomas Bianchi is a private consultant in International Financial Resources Development, Human Resources Management, and Organization Development. Mostly retired, he provides pro-bono consulting to worthy causes.
Mr. Bianchi held key management positions in the Americas, Europe and Asia.
At the Rome-based International Development Law Organization, he served as Director, External Resource Development, and as Chief Liaison to the United States Government.
At AT&T Wireless he developed and managed International Human Resources as VP & Director; and was Bank of America’s VP & Director of Human Resources for Southeast Asia, India and Australia (domicile Singapore).
His experience also includes project consultancies in the U.S., U.K., Republic of Ireland, Colombia, Brazil, Sweden, Egypt and Afghanistan.
Mr. Bianchi has a BA in Management from Seattle University; undergraduate studies at Loyola University Rome; and I-TEFL Certification from the University of Washington to teach English as a foreign language (2013).
He served on various professional and civic committees for the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, the Seattle Alliance for Education, Curriculum Advisory Board at the University of Washington, and the Advisory Council to the Center for Global Law & Policy at the Santa Clara University School of Law. He was also a Board Director of the Virginia Mason Bailey Boushay House, an internationally recognized health facility for people suffering from HIV/AIDS.
He currently does pro bono work for the University of Washington, Good Governance International, and Stanford Law School's China Guiding Cases Project.