Tom Wyatt is an attorney representing townships and cities around Pennsylvania as they tackle difficult issues with respect to maintaining public infrastructure and creating public-private partnerships.
Prior to law school, he was selected for the City of New York’s Urban Fellowship. He served as a Special Assistant to the Department of Investigations, preparing reports and memoranda for the Mayor and other New York City officials. Also, he spent a year as a case manager at a treatment center, counseling county, state, and federal criminal offenders in preparation for their return to the community.
Tom has classroom teaching experience. He spent two years as a high school technology teacher at a neighborhood public school in Mississippi, as part of the Teach For America program. He is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall) and Colorado State University. During law school, Tom assisted several death row inmates in their post-conviction appeals.
Tom lives in South Philadelphia with his wife Sarah and their two young children. His daughter is a kindergartner at their neighborhood school, Jackson Elementary.