Tom Daulton has over 38 years of experience working with small and medium sized businesses, primarily in the Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex. This includes eight years as a lending officer for MBank Dallas and seven years as the CFO at a medium sized printing company. For the past 23 years, he has been a private investor, seeking predominantly equity transactions in small businesses either for sale or in need of growth capital.
At present, Mr. Daulton is the treasurer of Friends of Hillcrest High School and the Hillcrest High School Community Foundation. In the past, he served 11 years in various board positions for the Edna Gladney Center for Adoption. Additionally, he spent 14 years on The University of New Mexico Alumni Association board and 14 years on the Anderson Alumni Council at UNM. From a sports perspective, he recently completed his 10th year coaching and coordinating high school water polo at Hillcrest, Bryan Adams, and Woodrow Wilson High Schools in Dallas. He is also a founding director and treasurer of the Dallas-based Pegasus Water Polo Foundation.
Mr. Daulton earned his Master of Business Administration in 1981 from the University of Texas at Austin, with an emphasis in finance and accounting. He earned a Bachelor of Science (math) and a Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of New Mexico in 1977. While at UNM, he was a member of the varsity swimming and water polo teams. Mr. Daulton is married with three children and lives in Dallas.