Tom Carnahan

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Thomas Sidney Carnahan is an American attorney, businessman and community leader.

In 2005, Carnahan founded Wind Capital Group, a leading developer, owner and operator of utility-scale wind farms in rural America.[no citations needed here]

Carnahan has testified on before Congress and appeared on CNN, Fox Business News, ABC World News, MSNBC, NPR and other major outlets as an expert on energy, public policy and development.[no citations needed here] He has served as the Chairman of the American Wind Energy Association, a national trade association of domestic and international wind energy interests that promotes wind energy.[no citations needed here]

Carnahan serves on the Board of Forest Park Forever, a not-for-profit group that supports Forest Park in St. Louis.[no citations needed here] He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the St. Louis Art Museum.[no citations needed here]

Early life

Tom Carnahan is the son of Missouri Governor Mel Carnahan and U.S. Senator Jean Carnahan and a member of the prominent Missouri Carnahan Family.[no citations needed here] Carnahan's grandfather, A. S. J. Carnahan, served in Congress for seven terms, and was appointed by President John F. Kennedy as U.S. Ambassador to Sierra Leone.[no citations needed here]

Carnahan received a Bachelor of Arts degree from William Jewell College in 1991, during which time he spent one year at Homerton College, Cambridge University, England.[no citations needed here] Carnahan received his juris doctor from the University of Missouri in 1995 [1]Template:Dead link and was a staff attorney for the St. Louis, Missouri City Counselor's office from 1995 to 1997 and a name partner for the St. Louis firm of Carnahan & Garvin from 1997 to 2005.[no citations needed here]