A resident of Madison, Connecticut, Thomas LaTorre is pursuing a degree in business and communications at Syracuse University in New York, where he has appeared on the dean’s list. He initially gained exposure to the business field in 2018, when he interned with Phase 5 Analytics and helped its owner to establish a new medical marketing organization. In the same year, he also earned an award for Outstanding Academic Achievement in Business Education in the area of accounting. In 2020, he undertook a summer job as an inventory control assistant with Accel International.
Alongside his studies, Mr. LaTorre maintains a professional interest in sports and sports management. His sports background encompasses extensive leadership experience in the community, which includes a role as a coach’s assistant at youth soccer clinics. In the summer prior to enrolling at Syracuse University, he managed the soccer and baseball programs and organized games as a counselor with the Madison Racquet Club Sports Camp. He also served as a tennis instructor at The Country School in 2019.
In addition to his work in the community, Mr. LaTorre served as a member of the soccer team at Daniel Hand High School and received multiple leadership honors prior to graduating in 2019. During his senior year, he became the varsity team captain and attended the 2018 Southern Connecticut Conference Fall Sports Captains’ Council. Daniel Hand High School’s principal and athletic director also selected Mr. LaTorre for the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference’s Leadership Conference that year. Moreover, he received recognition for his athletic abilities as the 2015 JV Defensive Player of the Year.
In his spare time, he continues to play soccer, as well as pick-up basketball and ski and enjoys fantasy football. Beyond his athletic endeavors, he engages in fundraising through various activities and teams.