Chief Executive Officer
Wamberg Genomic Advisors
Tom is the CEO of Wamberg Genomic Advisors and is responsible for the overall direction and execution of the company’s strategic plan.
In his 30-year career, Wamberg has built and led numerous financial and professional insurance services businesses. Wamberg recently served as President of Insurance and Corporate Business of Human Longevity, Inc. He serves as Chairman of Uniphy Health, a secure healthcare collaboration platform for physicians, a company he co-founded in 2013. He previously started and led as Chairman and CEO two other consulting/brokerage companies, Clark & Wamberg, LLC and Clark Inc. (NYSE: CLK) which he took public in 1998. Wamberg is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, and is a past president of the Association for Advanced Life Underwriting.
He has also been past president of the 25 Million-Dollar Forum, chairman of the Legislative Task Force and Non-qualified Benefit Plan committee, and has served as a member of the American Society of Pension Actuaries and the Financial Accounting Standards Board. Wamberg is also the author of three books: The Theory and Practice of Bank Owned Life Insurance, The Theory and Practice of Separate Account Bank Owned Life Insurance, and Bank Eligible Alternative Investment Strategies – The Theory and Practice.
He is a past board member of: The Universidad de las Americas (Mexico City), Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE), Integrated Healthcare Strategies, MEDEX, Baden Retirement Services, Stratford 360, Pearl Meyer & Partners, Stratford Advisory Services, and Wamberg Asset Management. He received his BS from Baldwin Wallace University and serves on the board of the Cleveland Clinic.
Tom founded in 1997 the United States Charities Racing Team and became the first American to finish the 6,000 mile Paris to Dakar Race and raised over $8M for charities. Tom has testified before congressional committees on numerous occasions on behalf of the life insurance industry and as Chairman of Clark Consulting was a regular guest on CNBC, MSNBC and CNN as an expert on executive compensation and benefits. He is married to Cindy and they have eight children.