Tim is a leader in the field of applying new technological solutions to the education issues facing this country. He has testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Science, Research and Technology on a bill that shaped the reauthorization of the Adult Education Act. He has spoken at the United Nations headquarters, demonstrating technology-based research and development during UNESCO’s conference titled Literacy : An International Urban Perspective.
Tim was one of the founders of Interactive Knowledge in 1991. He has served as the president and managing partner since the company began. In that role he has been instrumental in leading the company through a series of important changes. He negotiated the firm’s successful sale of its CD-ROM based product line in 1997. His leadership was critical as the company made the transition from educational publisher to web designer. He has helped initiate and maintain a series of successful business and consulting relationships with some of the best known non-profits and cultural institutions in America including, PBS, Smithsonian Institution, CPB, The Duke Endowment, NACCHO, California Newsreel, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and many more.
Education: Tim has a B.A. in Secondary Education from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio and a M.Ed. in Instructional Design and Educational Media from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Recent project involvement: Executive Producer – National Air and Space Museum's Time and Navigation, Max M. Fisher Online Archives, National Museum of American Indian's Living Maya Time, NACCHO's Roots of Health Inequity, Smithsonian’s Web Redesign, Calculation Nation, PBS StoryShare, MySource, Carrier, The War, Off the Map, The Penland Experience, Key Ingredients, Race – The Power of an Illusion.