Tom Rosicki received his undergraduate degree from Duke University in management sciences and accounting, and later received his law degree from Touro Law School. He joined the FBI in 1982 as a Special Agent in Organized Crime, serving in Baltimore, St. Louis and New York. He left the FBI when Mayor Koch appointed him Deputy Commissioner of the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission in 1989. After the elections, Tom moved to the private sector and became Vice President Director of Security for Macy’s East. He was later appointed as Chairman of the Nassau County Parole Board where he served for three years. Tom is past Chairman of the Society of Former FBI Agents, New York Chapter, and currently serves on the board as President of the Association for the Help of Retarded Children (AHRC), and on the business advisory council of The Rehabilitation Institute. In 2008, Tom was appointed to the Board of Governors of Touro Law School.