St. Thomas Aquinas College Welcomes Thomas Flood, New Vice President of Institutional Advancement

Thomas Aquinas College (STAC) was pleased to introduce mission-based leader Thomas Flood as their new Vice President of Institutional Advancement as the school approaches it’s 70th year of operation.

Flood brings over 30 years of advancement experience across numerous Catholic based education institutions, including Regis High School, R. C. Diocese of Brooklyn, and most recently, St. Francis College.

“In every role he has held during his career, Flood has implemented significant donor retention and recognition programs; launched and galvanized a multitude of partnerships with community, education, and faith-based organizations; and inspired great generosity across a diverse portfolio of supporters. Flood will continue this legacy of excellence in his role at STAC, leading strategic development plans which will support the institution’s new strategic vision,” according to a statement the school shared with the Rockland Times.

“Thomas is a proven leader who embodies the mission-driven mindset that is found throughout our College,” says STAC President Ken Daly. “Throughout his career, he has demonstrated extraordinary results due to his drive and commitment to helping students pursue their dreams. He will be instrumental in implementing our new strategic vision at STAC and supporting our commitment to ensure access to an affordable education for all our students as we approach our 70th anniversary.”

Thomas added, “I am thrilled to be here at STAC. Do well, more, and better – St. Thomas Aquinas College has always done well, is committed to doing more, and treats every opportunity to do better.  These words will serve as our call to action and lead us through and beyond where we are, and get to where we could go, because the students and families we serve need STAC in their lives for many generations to come. ”

Thomas serves on the board of numerous non-profit organizations and holds his B.A. in Communications from Boston College.

Thomas Flood