Tim is a Partner in Accenture’s Management Consulting Practice. He focuses on helping organizations both public and private to formulate and implement actionable strategies to drive growth, productivity, customer satisfaction, and employee engagement through organizational transformation, shared services, operations excellence, outsourcing and strategic IT investment. He runs Accenture’s operations practice for state, local and higher education clients and his clients include state governments, universities, cities, Canadian provinces, the US Department of Defense and corporations in a wide variety of industries. He has authored articles on shared services, enterprise transformation, and supply chain management.
Prior to joining Accenture, Tim was a software engineer. He has lived and worked in Japan and South Korea and traveled extensively throughout Asia and Europe. He received his B.S. in Mathematics from the University of Notre Dame, and an MBA in Strategy and Operations and an MA in Asian Studies both from Cornell University. Tim lives in Wellesley, MA with his wife and 3 children.
Two reasons, one is professionally motivating and the second is very personal.
First, as a management consultant working with client executives in government and higher education, I hear first-hand about the importance of learning, developing leaders, creating new businesses, and spurring growth in the economy. CWE is about all of that and more for the women and the communities it serves. Whether through financial literacy, business education, executive networking, or coaching, CWE seeks to create opportunities that our economy and our society need today and in the future.
Second, I owe it to the women who have helped shape who I am today and continue to inspire me: my mother, teachers, family friends, colleagues, wife and daughter. If I can help CWE make a difference, I can show my appreciation to these women leaders and, perhaps, at the same time create a better place with more opportunities for my daughter and her generation of women.