Tom, the Marketing Assistant of Global Diversity and Inclusion, transferred from Sinclair Community College located in Dayton, Ohio and will be a Columbus State College graduate as of 2014 upon finishing his arts degree. He is also currently completing a second degree, a Bachelors from The Ohio State University majoring in Public Affairs. Tom began his journey at Columbus State in 2013 as a student. But he knew that he wanted to be more involved. So, in Fall 2013, He and professor Selloane Asiamah founded Columbus States volunteer organization, "Cougars For The Community". During his time being a successful Dean's List student, building upon "Cougars For The Community" and volunteering with different organizations and departments, he was approached about possibly working at Columbus State. His passion for diversity and community in combination with his talents in marketing and coordinating aided him to be hired within GDI. Tom's very first memory of working in this new role is of being given the honor of helping to coordinate Columbus State's 24th Annual MLK Celebration where he was invited to interview Ms. Donna Brazile. Tom Capps has been invited to be part of many Columbus State committee's, leadership panels and even to speak as a keynote at an adult learner conference. Outside the college, Tom is also the Director of a local Columbus volunteer organization called Columbus Cares. He enjoys spending time with his fiance traveling, likes to find hole-in-the-wall restaurants and enjoys working on computers/building websites.