- Former executive leader within the financial services industry—domestically and internationally, and on both the buy and sell sides. Most recently, worked in the not-for-profit arena based in both New York and Washington, D.C., having also served on a number of corporate boards, with a focus on governance best practices.
- Volunteer serving on not-for-profit boards, including the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, the Museum of American Finance and the chairman’s advisory council for the Greenwich Historical Society. Also served as president of the Tomac Historic Burying Ground, for which he received a historic preservation award from the Daughters of the American Revolution.
- Graduate of Brown University with an A.B. in history, and of the AUFS Institute in Rome, Italy
- An economic history and military strategy buff; also an avid collector of books, ephemera and family artifacts
- Rides a lime green moped and is a keen runner, water rat and selective sports fan: baseball (Yankees), rugby (Wales), soccer (Azzurri), March Madness (UConn)
Tim’s role at The History Factory is to awaken current and prospective clients to the power and potential of a corporate archive, as well as to develop proactive content solutions to meet client objectives. He is also focused on building value through research, which lies at the intersection of the firm’s capabilities in consulting, creative and archives. By serving our clients’ heritage first and with an eye toward an identifiable ROI, Tim believes The History Factory has a unique business model that increases the probability of building a sustainable and enduring archive. Helping to manage the rapid growth the firm has enjoyed in the past year and attending to our own culture and development are additional challenges that fall within Tim’s purview.