Tim was born in New York City and spent his youth growing up in numerous communities in New Jersey and New York where he developed a deep love of nature and its recreational opportunities. He graduated from Northwestern University in 1980 with a degree in Economics, worked on Wall Street for 12 years, moved to Park City in 1992 where he has been engaged in real estate investment and management and is co host of The Mountain Life community affairs program on KPCW. Tim has two children, Theodosia who lives in Minneapolis and attends the University of Minnesota in pursuit of a Master of Fine Arts in creative writing and Scott who lives in Brooklyn New York with his wife Revan and works at the Center of Appellate Litigation in Manhattan, both of whom grew up in Park City. Since moving to Park City in 1992, Tim has advocated for trails, open space, education and a more walkable community. He served 10 years as a member of the original Mountain Trails Foundation board working to establish and energize the community’s trail initiative, Citizens Open Space Advisory Committees COSAC II and COSAC IV, five years on Summit Land Conservancy’s Board, as well as five years on the board of The Colby School. In his, until recently ample and now much diminished, free time Tim enjoys and can often be found hiking, running and biking on our local trails, road biking, Alpine and Nordic skiing, and competing in many of our local athletic events.