Tim is responsible for the financial management and leadership of Pursuant. Over his 30 year career, Tim has held leadership positions in audit, accounting, finance and operations across several different industries. In each leadership role, Tim’s vision, management approach and passion for excellence has led to remarkable improvements in operational performance and service to customers and clients, while also reducing operating costs.
Tim began his career in public accounting in KPMG Peat Marwick’s Tulsa office. As a senior manager in the audit practice, his client base included financial services companies, healthcare groups and hospitals, nonprofits, and manufacturing and a franchisee company. He was also a national instructor for various firm training courses, receiving the national “Instructor Excellence Award” in 1989. Tim left KPMG in 1990 to join Bank One in Dallas and was quickly given successive leadership roles in audit, operational risk management, and electronic operations and customer services. Under his leadership, Bank One/JP Morgan Chase became the industry standard for processing electronic transaction disputes, ATM monitoring, and ATM deposit processing automation.
In 2006, Tim joined Capital One Auto Finance and was responsible for customer service and loan operations. Under his guidance, COAF significantly improved the financial discipline of this function while cutting customer research request turnaround time by almost 75 percent and the length of customer call resolutions by 20 percent. Prior to joining Pursuant in October 2012, Tim was Chief Financial Officer of Energy Education, a consulting firm that engages K-12 public school systems, colleges, universities, and large churches in energy conservation practices, where he was responsible for all accounting, finance, HR, IT and vendor management functions for the firm.
Tim graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. He also completed Bank One’s Leadership Excellence Training Program at the Darden School in Charlottesville, Virginia. He and his wife, Sherril, live in Frisco, Texas, and have two grown boys in college.