Tim started his career with the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire in November of 2009 as an AmeriCorps member. During his year of service, he took on the international visitor exchange programs and was able to grow the grant to a point where the Council could hire him full time. For the next eight years, Tim continued to run, grow, and expand the quality and breadth of these exchanges, peaking at over 350 visitors hosted in one year. In 2013, the National Council of International Visitors (now Global Ties US) honored Tim with the Programmer of the Year award in recognition of his high-quality programs welcoming international visitors to the New Hampshire community. In 2018, Tim took over the role of executive director of the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire. Under his leadership, the Council has continued its growth and professionalization of its efforts. He successfully led the organization through the pandemic, pioneering virtual programming and implementing new initiatives.
Since August of 2019, Tim has continued to host, manage, produce, and edit the Global in the Granite State Podcast. This monthly audio-based program has engaged thousands of people across the world in accessible and engaging discussions on top international issues.
Tim graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in Latin American Studies and a concentration in Political Science. He completed study abroad in Monterrey, Mexico, crediting the experience as one of the most formative and powerful experiences in his life. He has also traveled to southern Mexico, Argentina, Austria, the Czech Republic, and multiple trips to Canada.