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Thomas J Tu

Thomas J Tu


Chairman of the Board
thomastu@naaapdfw.org

 Thomas J Tu, as Chairman of the Board, leads a strong and diverse NAAAP-DFW board of directors. In this role, he is responsible for setting the overall strategic direction and managing the growth and development of the organization. Thomas' vision is for NAAAP-DFW to be known as the premier Asian-American organization in DFW for connecting professionals and building leaders in the community.

Thomas, as a Six Sigma Expert and Project Manager for Raytheon Company, is involved with strategic organizational initiatives that range from operational diagnostics to mergers & acquisitions strategy. Raytheon Company is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security, and other government markets throughout the world. Prior to joining Raytheon, Thomas was an avionics program manager for BAE Systems. In that role, he managed a $10M profit & loss center with a portfolio of products (F-16 HUD, CCTVS, T-45 AVTR, CAU) for customers USAF, Norwegian Defense Logistics, FAA, Singapore Air Force, Lockheed Martin and the Boeing Company.    

Outside of industry, Thomas is a faculty member in the School of Management for Colorado Tech University and teaches undergraduate courses in Project Management and International Business Strategy. 

Thomas holds a bachelor’s degree in business economics from The University of Texas at Austin. He also holds an MBA in Supply Chain Management and a Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems from the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University. Additionally, Thomas is a certified project management professional (PMP) and a trained six sigma expert (R6σ).  He is also a graduate from the Raytheon Leadership Development Program and the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Tomorrow Program.

Thomas has also served as the President of the Raytheon Asian Pacific Association (RAPA) employee resource group in North Texas with membership of over 580 employees. Within the community, Thomas is involved with raising awareness for Bhutanese refugees and has created a documentary for them. Thomas' interests are diverse cultures and humanity.

 

 


Thomas J Tu

Thomas J Tu


Chairman of the Board
thomastu@naaapdfw.org

 Thomas J Tu, as Chairman of the Board, leads a strong and diverse NAAAP-DFW board of directors. In this role, he is responsible for setting the overall strategic direction and managing the growth and development of the organization. Thomas' vision is for NAAAP-DFW to be known as the premier Asian-American organization in DFW for connecting professionals and building leaders in the community.

Thomas, as a Six Sigma Expert and Project Manager for Raytheon Company, is involved with strategic organizational initiatives that range from operational diagnostics to mergers & acquisitions strategy. Raytheon Company is a technology and innovation leader specializing in defense, homeland security, and other government markets throughout the world. Prior to joining Raytheon, Thomas was an avionics program manager for BAE Systems. In that role, he managed a $10M profit & loss center with a portfolio of products (F-16 HUD, CCTVS, T-45 AVTR, CAU) for customers USAF, Norwegian Defense Logistics, FAA, Singapore Air Force, Lockheed Martin and the Boeing Company.    

Outside of industry, Thomas is a faculty member in the School of Management for Colorado Tech University and teaches undergraduate courses in Project Management and International Business Strategy. 

Thomas holds a bachelor’s degree in business economics from The University of Texas at Austin. He also holds an MBA in Supply Chain Management and a Master of Science degree in Management Information Systems from the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University. Additionally, Thomas is a certified project management professional (PMP) and a trained six sigma expert (R6σ).  He is also a graduate from the Raytheon Leadership Development Program and the Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce's Leadership Tomorrow Program.

Thomas has also served as the President of the Raytheon Asian Pacific Association (RAPA) employee resource group in North Texas with membership of over 580 employees. Within the community, Thomas is involved with raising awareness for Bhutanese refugees and has created a documentary for them. Thomas' interests are diverse cultures and humanity.

 

 

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