Tom Wright : Legal Counsel
My first Jaguar was an XK140MC OTS that I bought when I was nineteen while attending the University of Illinois. After graduating from Stetson University College of Law with a Juris Doctor, I enlisted in the Army, graduated from Infantry Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, and served in Vietnam with the 101st Airborne Division as a Medical Platoon Leader. During my legal career I was senior counsel for a community development company, represented local governments and community organizations, and was an Adjunct Professor teaching graduate courses at Florida Atlantic University and at the University of Miami School of Law where I had earned a Master of Laws. I was a competitive rugby player with the Fort Lauderdale Rugby Football Club, served as its President, and was a Founder and first President of the FTL Rugby Foundation. I have owned, driven, worked on, and enjoyed a wide variety of Jaguars over the years. I am Chair of the Jaguar Clubs of North America Slalom Committee and a Past President of the Jaguar Club of Florida. I hope to continue to help the Board of Directors of the Jaguar Foundation achieve their mission to perpetuate the heritage of Jaguar Cars in North America.