Tom Daniel has lived in Middle Tennessee since 2013. Originally from the United Kingdom, he has extensive experience in client relations, customer service, and sales. His career started in the mega yacht industry serving aboard M/Y Kismet. This position put him in front of high-end clientele and offered him travel and experiences in 12+ countries. Tom officially moved to the U.S. in 2013 and has been working full-time in the private summer camp industry. He has a large level of experience in recruitment, sales, organization, leadership, management, HR, and customer/staff retention. Tom obtained his degree in sports and exercise science and has also completed a mini-MBA course from Belmont University in Nashville. He is training to become a pilot and will have his Private Pilot License by spring 2021. In his free time, Tom works as board member/vice president of Run2Revive – a charity he co-founded. After losing his father to ALS, Tom wanted to help fund the fight and research into ALS and Alzheimer's. Run2Revive's mission is to inspire achievement beyond perceived limits, promote mind and body wellness, and fight Alzheimer’s and ALS. As part of his charity work, Tom organizes trips and challenges to help raise money and awareness, including leading an annual Grand Canyon Rim2Rim Crossing every September with more than 30 participants. Tom is an active member at CrossFit Trivium and enjoys traveling, playing guitar and watching rugby. He lives in Brentwood with his wife, stepdaughter and his three rescue pitbulls – Tahoe, Ashby, and Tyke.