Tim joined Arcadia University in 2002 and in his twenty plus years of work has had numerous roles at The College of Global Studies. He began in an advising and admissions role supporting students and schools for just about every country Arcadia have had programs, eventually serving as Director of Student Service. In this role, he led his team and its work to reimagine both the admissions and predeparture processes, allowing the team to better engage with students.

Next, Tim moved to the Director of Student Life and Academic Operations where he again worked to rethink Arcadia’s approach to support services and engagement programming. Throughout his time in both of these roles, Tim played an important role in Arcadia Abroad’s Health and Safety team and acted in an on-call role for students and parents for 11 years.

In 2019, Tim was appointed Director for Arcadia’s first domestic study away program, Intern Philly. That role has now expanded to his newest role of Director of Academic Enterprise Business Solutions.

Tim’s background is in Irish Studies, having once served as a Parliamentary Assistant in the Dáil Éireann for the former Irish Taoiseach. He calls upon his own experience and learning each spring semester when he teaches one of the University’s Preview courses, which takes students to Ireland to learn about the culture and history.

Tim received the Martha Washington Award in 2012, Arcadia University’s highest recognition for a member of staff.