Thomas Beaulieu
Graduation Year: 1992
Induction Year: 2013
Sport (s): Football

Thomas Beaulieu ’92, a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity, graduated summa cum laude with Phi Beta Kappa honors and a B.A. degree in Economics and German. He was also a Management Fellow, on the Dean’s List every semester and a Presidential Scholar. A four-year lettermen in football, Beaulieu received the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship in 1992 and is DePauw’s only two-time First Team Academic All-America selection in football after earning the distinction in 1990 and 1991. Beaulieu earned first team All-Indiana Collegiate Athletic Conference honors at defensive tackle as a junior and was an honorable mention choice as a senior. He led the team in tackles for loss as both a junior and senior and in sacks and fumble recoveries as a senior. Beaulieu was namedFootball Gazette honorable mention all-America in 1991 and helped lead the Tigers to the 1990 ICAC title. He also competed on the track and field team as a junior. Beaulieu was also one of three DePauw students interviewed for the Rhodes Scholarship his senior year.

Beaulieu received his M.B.A. in Finance and Managerial/Organizational Behavior from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 1998. He is currently employed as the Area Director of Collection Operations at Waste Management, Inc. Tom and his wife, Carrie, live in Glenwood, Maryland with their two children, David and Emma.