Thomas Wright is a currently a software engineering student in full-stack web development at the Flatiron School.
Thomas currently works full-time as a senior graphic designer at an apparel and branding company in Dallas, TX.
He previously taught math at a Title IX school, where he led curriculum design for sixth grade math, taught professional development on tech integration in the classroom, and served as a content editor editor for a Kaplan-owned company on their math curriculum team.
Thomas attended graduate school for philosophy, specializing in object-oriented ontology, conceptual engineering, and formal logic. He worked on issues in metaphysics and logic related to existential quantification in non-fictional contexts. He received a B.A. in philosophy and linguistics from Hofsta University, where attended the Honors College, received multiple academic awards, and led student organizations.
Test-Driven Development, Object-Oriented Design Practices, Technical and Developer Support Engineering