Tom Schultz is a Wall Street lawyer and investment banker turned pharmaceutical executive. He started as a lawyer with Mudge Rose Guthrie Alexander & Ferdon and, later, joined a boutique Wall Street investment banking firm that was acquired by National Westminster Bank.
In 1996, Tom completed a merger of the major producers of witch hazel and assumed the leadership of Dickinson Brands Inc., the resulting firm. Dickinson markets OTC pharmaceutical products and consumer packaged goods to major retailers across the United States. In 2013, Tom became president of Connecticut Pharmaceutical Solutions, one of Connecticut’s four licensed medical marijuana producers.
Tom is president of Connecticut’s medical cannabis producers’ association. He is also founder and president of the Canaan Foundation, which works on technology transfer initiatives for local schools in Kenya and Cameroon.
Tom is a graduate of Yale University, of NYU School of Law, and of the Woodrow Wilson School at Princeton.