Tom Bowen is a public speaker whose testimony has resonated with many people around the world. As a fireman, he assisted at the World Trade Center following the 9/11 attacks, working with the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue Teams and the New York City Office of Emergency Management. Shortly after returning home from New York, Tom was severely injured in a job-related accident. In addition to that adversity, he and his wife tragically lost their two-year-old son to brain cancer. Despite his pain and anguish, Tom went on to raise millions of dollars for childhood cancer research. He also created an international campaign to help bring healthcare funding to those injured by the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Tom has received several awards and commendations for his service to our country including the National Distinguished Humanitarian Award by the American Rescue Workers, and he was recognized by President George W. Bush for his service following 9/11. He and his wife, Jennifer, have 6 children and make their home in Huntington, WV.