Thomas Fix

Thomas Fix is a Highly Accredited Scientist

Thomas Fix is running against Amy Paulin for the District 88 Assembly seat representing Scarsdale, Edgemont and surrounding towns.

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Early Life and Education

Thomas Solomon was born in Philadelphia during its early 19th century free African-American population boom. Attending schools run by Quakers provided him with an outstanding foundation in mathematics and sciences.

Thomas worked as a lab technician at Vanderbilt University, where Dr. Alfred Blalock noticed his intelligence and curiosity. As such, Thomas was hired and paid the same rate as janitors despite working 12- to 16-hour days.

Blalock was conducting experiments on “blue babies,” infants born with narrow or blocked passageways between their heart and lungs that prevented enough oxygen from reaching them. Alongside Helen Taussig, they used Thomas as their surgical assistant during the inaugural series of tetralogy operations; unfortunately Thomas never received credit for this significant advance in medicine.

Professional Career

Thomas Fix is an outstanding scientist, having published over 65 papers in scientific journals and given over 36 presentations at international conferences or schools. Additionally, he co-founded “Advanced Micro and Nano Materials for Photovoltaics” journal and won part of a team that won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for their discovery of helium-neon resonance effect – an advance that could lead to higher efficiency solar cells.

He’s running for New York Assembly in 2023 against incumbent Amy Paulin (D-Scarsdale) in the 88th District. With a business degree from Iona College and years of experience running True Value hardware store in Eastchester before retirement, his campaign focuses on education with plans to establish a career and technology high school within his district.

Personal Life

Thomas has earned himself an impressive fortune but remains true to his roots; living in a one-room cottage with just one lightbulb since birth and speaking the Geechee dialect as he did as a child.

He is an attentive father who regularly attends his children’s school events, while being an enthusiastic traveller.

He often visits Clarence Thomas at his Savannah home and displays his impressive private collection of Bibles and artifacts to him.

He has amended his financial disclosure forms several times to reflect Heritage Foundation donations. Additionally, some expenses were left off his reporting. Furthermore, he has never disclosed his relationship with Harlan Crow, an influential Republican activist with millions in investments and an active political action committee he oversees. These actions raise ethical concerns.

Net Worth

Thomas has an estimated net worth of approximately $1.8 billion and ranks among Florida’s richest residents. He resides in a Mediterranean-style mansion nearby Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate and is close with 2024 Republican presidential candidate, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

Stitch Fix was valued at just $1.4 billion upon its debut public offering late 2017, but has since seen its valuation skyrocket to $4.8 billion as investors began viewing it as more of a subscription-based SaaS business with regular shipments of customized clothing to customers delivering recurring revenue streams.

Thomas has received support from prominent conservative donors, such as the co-founder of PricewaterhouseCoopers and leader of the Federalist Society who have played key roles in steering the court to the right. Others have raised concerns that his relationship with Crow could constitute a conflict of interest and should have been disclosed accordingly.

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