Since 1988, TBG has successfully completed a broad range of projects for federal, state and local governments, private sector, and nonprofit organizations. Through an uncompromising dedication to ethics and results, TBG has won high praise as an innovator in helping federal agencies achieve new levels of performance excellence, and helping agencies win peer awards.

TBG has developed competencies and capabilities to work effectively with the whole organization--bridging the gap between the people and task sides of business operations. We offer clients a diverse team of highly skilled staff with decades of practice in providing solutions to hundreds of organizations. TBG partners with clients to create more effective and productive organizations, providing the optimal integration of an organization's purpose, processes, and people.

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Chaplain Madeline R. Tom, CEO

Ch. Tom is cofounder of TBG.  Since TBG’s incorporation in 1994, she served as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer. She was responsible for the supervision of the Human Resources function and its compliance to TBG’s policies and procedures; personnel recruitment and retention and employee training. She set up the first IT department, designed the first website and marketing materials as well as the benefits plan with its excellent medical, dental, vision, 401(k), and life insurance benefits.  Ch. Tom was instrumental in leading the application and award for the SBA 8(a), GSA MOBIS, and supported the GSA 899 Environmental Services certifications. While a Special Education teacher, Ch. Tom held teaching credentials in four different states. With degrees in both Business and Education (M.Ed.), she serves as the banking liaison for TBG and assists in cost controls, fiscal planning, financial management, and legal issues. Ch. Tom continues to serve as an ordained Chaplain with the International Fellowship of Chaplains.  She is certified by International Critical Incident Stress Foundation in Spiritual Care in Crisis Intervention. She works as a Corporate Chaplain and volunteers in her community providing spiritual support in grief and trauma, including suicides, deaths, and PTSD. Author of "Healing Rhymes for Happier Times" under the pen name of Madeline Joy Grace.  We firmly believe that people are our greatest assets and TBG walks its talk. Words to live by:

“Your actions define your character, your words define your wisdom, but your treatment of others defines REAL you.” ― Mayur Ramgir

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Dr. Baldwin H. Tom, President

Dr. Tom compiled a 30-year success record in three professional areas – medical science, leadership development, and management consulting. He trained as an immunologist and professor at Stanford, Northwestern and University of Texas medical schools. Dr. Tom and his laboratory published 60 papers, edited two biotechnology volumes, and received a patent for their efforts. After 18 years, he left to cofound a NASA-funded space bioprocessing research center to develop pharmaceuticals in space. The center was closed when bioscience funds from NASA were diverted to focus on engineering following the tragic loss of the Challenger space shuttle and his friend Captain Ellison Onizuka. Dr. Tom developed the “Strategic Facilitator” course and has trained over 500 managers in this area. He also developed three leadership programs with one winning national recognition that continues to this day. Dr. Tom is a senior fellow of the American Leadership Forum and served as the first Executive Director of the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter. With an MBA, Dr. Tom established a management consulting company which has served over 100 businesses in the U.S. and Mexico before moving into federal contracting in Washington, DC. Dr. Tom was the National Board Chair of the Institute of Management Consultants USA (www.imcusa.org), is a Certified Management Consultant,TM and was subsequently honored as a Fellow of IMC. He is an avid Dragon Boat racer and author of 1+1=7! How Smart Leaders Make 7 Investments to Maximize Value, a book that emphasizes people-side investments.

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Tina M. Page, Senior VP, COO, Director of Finance

Ms. Page has over 36 years of experience in the areas of financial and contract management. As COO, she currently oversees and maintains all general accounting functions and institutes internal controls for contract and project cost management. She is responsible for cost accounting systems and principles required for government and commercial contracts. Ms. Page provides the fiscal planning and financial analysis to assist The Baldwin Group, Inc. in strategic financial decisions. She is highly skilled in bank negotiations and creating and negotiating government corporate rate agreements. Her areas of strength include financial administration, problem solving, cash control and the ability to provide extremely reliable financial projections. She has extensive background in researching and identifying cost saving measures and demonstrated success in organizational development, and improving earnings and cash flow. She is recognized as a strong decision-maker and problem solver with excellent communication skills who can effectively relate at all levels within an organization.

“Don’t worry about being successful; work toward being significant and the success will naturally follow.” – Oprah Winfrey

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Fay Woolwine, VP, Project Manager

For over 29 years, Ms. Woolwine has served as a senior Project Director on numerous federal government health, transportation, and environmental technical support contracts. As Project Director, Ms. Woolwine has been responsible for organizing, planning, budgeting, staffing, and successfully executing all project tasks and deliverables. Ms. Woolwine has managed and directed firm-fixed price, time and material, IDIQ, and cost reimbursement contracts. She was Project Director for one of NIH/NIDA’s first performance-based contracts, where she worked with NIDA to develop the Quality Surveillance measures and task order procedures. She and her staff received excellent to outstanding performance ratings from NIH/NIDA on that contract as well as others. While working for NIH/NIDA and the Department of Transportation, she worked on Federal government point-prevalence surveys, conducted technical trainings, held focus groups, town hall meetings, partnership engagements, and led the development of a marketing strategy to reach motor carrier drivers and their families regarding seat belt safety. Ms. Woolwine is currently the Project Manager for a NOAA Fisheries IDIQ contract. She is extremely knowledgeable of the task order process and has successfully managed multiple task order contract -- all within budget. One project she is very pleased with and assisted in is the restoration of her husband’s 1969 Charger automobile, which took over two years to complete!

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Capt. Michele A. Finn, NOAA (ret), Team TBG ProTech Oceans Program Manager

Captain Finn retired from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Commissioned Officer Corps after 25 years of service. Following her assignment as an officer on a research vessel focused on pollution studies, Michele supported environmental science and policy initiatives with a very diverse career. She functioned as a marine biologist, remote field camp leader and logistics coordinator for the National Marine Fisheries Service team studying endangered species throughout the Northwest Hawaiian Islands. Michele joined NOAA’s flight program. Initially flying NOAA’s Twin Otters in support of scientific missions and observing strategies, she earned an Airline Transport Pilot license and Gulfstream IV type rating and became a Gulfstream IV instructor pilot flying in support of severe storm surveillance. In addition to serving as Chief, Aircraft Maintenance Branch and Chief, Operations Division of NOAA’s Aircraft Operations Center, Michele accumulated over 4500 hours of flight time. Throughout the years, Michele also served as the Assistant Superintendent of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, the Chief of Staff of the National Ocean Service and the Deputy Director of the Gulf of Mexico Disaster Response Center. She has an undergraduate degree in Marine Biology from Texas A&M University at Galveston, MS in Zoology from the University of Hawaii, graduate certificate in Aviation Systems Safety from the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Project Management Professional certification and an Association of Proposal Management Professionals certification. She also is a certified small unmanned aerial systems pilot. Michele is now an environmental consultant.

History timeline

  • 2019

    On Jan. 2, 2019, Team TBG, with The Baldwin Group Inc. as prime contractor, signed an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract to support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Professional and Technical (ProTech) Services Oceans Domain. The two-year contract has three one-year options.

  • 2019

    Cofounder Chaplain Madeline Tom was made CEO and the majority stockholder of TBG. TBG is now a designated Woman-Owned Small Business.

  • 2017

    TBG has won a subcontract with a large business to provide Management, Organizational, and Business Improvement Services to the NOAA Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) Line Office. Support on this effort includes Project Management, Strategic Planning, Communications, Education and Training, Legislative, Data Management, and Information Technology services.

  • 2015-present

    Awarded NOAA/National Marine Fisheries IDIQ contract

  • 2014-2019

    Awarded NOAA/Coral Reef Fellowship contract

  • 2013-2017

    Awarded NOAA/CO-OPS subcontractor to ARTI

  • 2013-2019

    Awarded NOAA/Office of Coastal Management contract

  • 2012

    TBG CEO Dr. Baldwin H. Tom was elected a Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants USA.

  • 2012

    Awarded NOAA National Climatic Data Center, Advisory and Assistance contract and joined the Cyberdata and Think Tank NOAALink teams and the NOAA SciTech team.

  • 2012

    Awarded GSA 899 Environmental Services contract

  • 2011

    Awarded HHS, Health Resources and Services Administration BPA.

  • 2010

    TBG Senior VP and Chief Administrative Officer Madeline Tom was ordained Senior Chaplain by the International Fellowship of Chaplains and began service as a Corporate Chaplain with TBG.

  • 2010

    Named “Fastest Growing Asian American Business in America by the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce.”

  • 2008-2013

    Awarded NOAA/Coastal Management Fellowship contract

  • 2008-2013

    Awarded NOAA/Coastal Services Center contract

  • 2006-2011

    Awarded DOT/Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration contract

  • 2005-2008

    Awarded HHS/Office of Family Planning contract

  • 2005 – 2008

    Awarded following contracts: DoD Defense Facilities Directorate Customer Service Training; Arlington County, Virginia, Staff Training; FHWA EEO, Civil Rights, and Diversity Analysis; DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Program Management; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Coastal Services Center; NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse; National Institutes of Health Blanket Purchase Agreement.

  • 2005

    Awarded GSA MOBIS contract

  • 2004

    TBG CEO Dr. Baldwin H. Tom elected National Board Chair of the Institute of Management Consultants USA (2004-2006).

  • 2002 – 2004

    Awarded following contracts: DOT Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Basic Management Training; USDA Office of Operations (OO) Print-on-Demand; USDA FSIS Food Thermometer Campaign; Social Marketing; FHWA Office of International Programs Strategic Planning; USDA OO Warehouse and Management Information Systems; Department of the Treasury Financial Management Services.

  • 2001-2008

    Awarded NIH/NIDA/DPMCDA contract

  • 2001

    Named “Small Disadvantaged Business Contractor of the Year in 2001” by the Department of Agriculture; Awarded NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse DTR&D contract.

  • 1999

    Certified in Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Program; Awarded USDA Food Safety and Inspection Services Computer Facilities contract.

  • 1998

    The company moved to Washington, DC.

  • 1993

    TBG became a two person company when Madeline Tom resigned from teaching to become the Vice President of TBG.

  • 1990-1998

    TBG was formed and incorporated (1994) and served the Houston community providing strategic planning, organizational development, facilitation, and training services.

  • 1988

    The Baldwin Group, Inc. (TBG) began as Baldwin H. Tom & Associates as a one-person management consulting company located in Houston, Texas.

TBG-LED CUSTOMER AWARDS & RECOGNITION

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  • Woman Owned Small Business by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

  • Small disadvantaged business (SDB) by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

  • Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) by the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC.com)

  • DUNS: 83-793-9115

  • CAGE Code: IMCH6

  • NAICS Codes

  • 541511 - Custom Computer Programming Services

  • 541512 - Computer Systems Design Services

  • 541513 - Computer Facilities Management Services

  • 541519 - Other Computer Related Services

  • 541611 - Administrative Management/General Management Consulting

  • 541612 - Human Resources & Executive Search

  • 541613 - Marketing Consulting Services

  • 541618 - Other Management Consulting Services

  • 541620 - Environmental Consulting Services

  • 541690 - Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services

  • 541720 - Research & Development in the Social Sciences & Humanities

  • 541910 - Market Research & Public Opinion Poling

  • 541990 - All Other Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services

  • 561110 - Office Administrative Services

  • 611710 - Educational Support Services