Tim recently retired as the Executive Director of the Fredericton Community Foundation. A graduate of Wilfrid Laurier University’s geography program, Tim began his working life with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, primarily as an aggregate resources officer. He has since travelled a strange and wonderful career path that has led him to spend the last decade and a half as a senior manager in the charitable sector. He has a strong background in downtown economic development, has owned his own consulting business, been a municipal liaison to the film industry where he set up a film liaison branch of municipal government in Waterloo Region, known as FilmKW, and has served as the Executive Director of the Atlantic Branch of The Kidney Foundation of Canada.
Tim is active in the Fredericton community, coaching girls tackle football and sitting on the organizing committee for National Recovery Day. He also serves on the Telus Atlantic Canada Community Board.