Our working is meant to lead to productivity, civilization, technology, goodness, and beauty. But it is mean to be done in a way that promotes the flourishing of all of life.
Tim’s interests lie at the intersection of faith and public life, especially business and investing. He is an Associate Fellow of the Oxford Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics. He is a member of the Executive Advisory Board of the School for Business, Government and Economics at Seattle Pacific University. He was the Founding Editor for a
Seattle-based non-profit, AI and Faith. He has also been a long-time contributor to Eventide, including most recently serving as Executive Editor of the Eventide Center Faith & Investing.
He holds a bachelor’s degree with honors from Harvard University. In his personal life, Tim enjoys biking the Blackstone River Bikeway, reading widely, and enjoying the company of good friends, both old and new.