Tom Codd is a client service partner at PwC, serving multinational corporations. He joined PwC in 1982 and has served the firm in many roles, including U.S. human capital leader, North Texas managing partner, and an elected member of PwC’s U.S. board.
Tom is a director of the American Ireland Fund, served the North American advisory board of the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, and is a member of the New York City Friendly Sons of St. Patrick. He earned a B.Sc. in management from Purdue University.
He is immediate past chairman of the Dallas Regional Chamber and serves on many civic boards, including the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, Catholic Charities of Dallas, Cooper Institute, SMU Cox School of Business, SMU Athletic Forum, Purdue University Krannert Business School Dean’s Advisory Council, and the Circle Ten Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Tom, whose paternal grandparents were born in counties Wexford and Sligo, says, “I attribute my fundamental values of work ethic, loyalty, fortitude, charity, humor, grace, and humility in large part to my ancestry.” Tom and his wife, Shelly, live in Dallas with their four children.