Tim was born in Williamstown, NJ where he graduated from Williamstown High School in 2001. He immediately entered the United States Military Academy (West Point, NY) where he graduated and was commissioned as an officer in the United States Army. Following his time in the military, Tim began his career in logistics as an Operations Manager with Sears Holdings Corporation in Columbus, OH. For five years, Tim led the Order Fullfillment department, servicing hundreds of stores in the Midwest. Following his time with Sears, Tim worked for Kenny Construction Company as a Material Coordinator in Southern California. He was responsible for receiving and issuing material across multiple material yards for the construction of a high voltage power line.
Tim joined Community Pride Wealth in October of 2012. As an independent financial advisor, Tim works with a variety of people to help them achieve their goals. His services include financial planning, investment counseling and personal lines insurance. He is registered with FINRA and various state agencies for all appropriate product lines. As required by FINRA regulations, he is affiliated with Cambridge Investment Research Inc., a broker/dealer serving independent financial registered representatives. He also maintains contracts with a variety of insurance companies for the sale of life, disability income, long term care and other insurance products.
Tim is the President of the Baltimore chapter of The Society for Financial Awareness (SOFA), a nonprofit educational speaker’s bureau that conducts free workshops for companies, churches and organizations with the mission to end financial illiteracy one community at a time.
Tim is studying for the CFP® (Certified Financial Planner) certification. He is active with Team Red, White & Blue, an organization to help enrich the live’s of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. He is a fitness enthusiast, avid traveler and Philadelphia sports fan. Tim lives in the Federal Hill section of Baltimore City. BEAT NAVY!