Tom Kicak is a first-generation Polish-American. Born in New Haven, Connecticut and raised in the New York City Metro Area, he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies and French Literature from Columbia University in 2018. While at Columbia, he also studied French literature, politics, and history at Sciences Po in Paris, France.
During his time in college, Tom volunteered as a teacher, and led Youth for Debate, a non-profit student organization dedicated to spreading speech and debate skills to students from underfunded public schools in Manhattan, Queens and the Bronx. It was in teaching young students that his passions and abilities for community outreach grew and solidified.
A lifelong speaker and student of Spanish, Tom brought his language skills to the legal world while working in the Latin American practice of Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York City, an internationally-renowned Wall Street law firm. There, he helped expand the firm's business in various regions of Central and South America.
Tom's personal and professional background, along with his passion for humanitarian causes and immigration law is what led him to work at the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe. He is excited to work with people from all backgrounds in order to offer a helping hand in difficult times.