Tom Selgas is recognized as one of the nations leading constitutional and legal experts in the field of lawful money of the United States.
Tom has been called by several state legislatures and sub committees – including the states of Utah, Texas and Idaho – to testify and educate about the constitutional and statutory lawful money requirements of the United States.
Tom has had the privilege of working with: the late General Alexander Haig – former Secretary of State under Ronald Reagan; Dr. Edwin Vieira, Jr.; Dr. Larry Parks; James Turk; and Bernard Lietaer on constitutional and statutory lawful money requirements of the United States.
Tom has innovated technology solutions in a wide variety of industries for more than thirty years and is a named inventor on numerous patents.
In 1998 Tom joined Sevin Rosen Funds as its first entrepreneur in residence.
In 1995 Tom founded NetSafe, Inc., where he invented several key patented technologies related to the internet – mobile device connections, dynamic toolbars, and secure cloud communication and storage.
In 1989 Tom joined Cyrix Corporation, where he developed and launched a microprocessor strategy that enabled Cyrix to ship over $100,000,000 of product in less than twelve months.
Tom was asked to join Intel in 1982, where he served as Design and Applications Engineer and Field Marketing Manager. He was Intel’s first systems engineer.
He began his career in the automation of coating applications for plastics and glass. At PPG Industries, Tom instituted an automated batch processing system using an operating system he developed under sponsorship from Intel.