Vice President, Technology Services
Ph.D., Communication, Stanford University
Tim has been studying how nonprofit organizations can optimize their use of information technology for more than 30 years, since he was the first evaluator for Apple Computer’s Community Affairs Program. He has been at CGNET since 2002 and conducted a great number of organizational analyses.
Tim has done assessments and strategic plans for the Marin Community Foundation, Metta Fund, the Houston Endowment, ClimateWorks Foundation, the California Wellness Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Bush Foundation, Africa Reinsurance Corporation, Stuart Foundation, Annie E. Casey Foundation, the World Bank (CGIAR), Partners in Population and Development, FAO, the Women’s Funding Network, Britain’s Department for International Development, Canada’s International Development Research Center, the California Healthcare Foundation, the Oregon Community Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Prior to CGNET Tim was Editor-in-Chief of FTPOnline, Vice President of Communications at OneChannel, Executive Editor of Network Computing, and West Coast Bureau Chief of Communications Week. Early in his career, Tim served on the faculty of the University of Wisconsin, and California State University, Los Angeles. Tim also holds a B.A. from Stanford University.