Thomas Healey teaches the financial markets and institutions course at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. He is also an advisory director of Goldman Sachs & Co. Tom joined Goldman Sachs in 1985 to create Real Estate Capital Markets and became a partner in 1988. He founded the Pension Services Group there in 1990. Before joining Goldman Sachs, Tom was Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance under former President Ronald Reagan. Prior to that, he was head of corporate finance at Dean Witter Reynolds. Tom speaks and writes frequently on investment-related topics such as global pension fund management, the growth of defined contribution plans, real estate, alternative investments, soft dollars, and Social Security. Tom earned his MBA at Harvard Business School.