Thomas J. Edelman
White Deer Energy
Mr. Edelman is a co-founder and Managing Partner of White Deer Energy, an energy private equity firm established in 2008. Prior to forming White Deer, Mr. Edelman founded and/or managed a series of eight energy companies over a more than 25-year period. He founded or co-founded Snyder Oil (now part of Devon Energy), Range Resources (NYSE: RRC) and Patina Oil and Gas (now part of Noble Energy). He also co-founded Bear Paw Energy and Bear Cub Energy, both midstream companies. Prior to 1981, when he left Wall Street to co-found Snyder Oil, Mr. Edelman was a Vice President in The First Boston Corporation's (now Credit Suisse) energy group and an associate at Lehman Brothers Kuhn Loeb.
Mr. Edelman is currently a Director of Noble Energy (NYSE: NBL). He is an emeritus member of the Investment Committee and a former Trustee of The Hotchkiss School, serves as Chairman Emeritus of Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, is a Director of The Wildlife Conservation Society and serves on the Advisory Council of Princeton University's Department of Politics. He is a former member of the Board of Georgetown University. Mr. Edelman holds an MBA in Finance from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar) and a BA in Political Economy from Princeton University, magna cum laude.