Dream. Believe. Inspire.

Dream Big Dreams. Believe You Can. Inspire others to do the same.

Tim began running in 1997 with the determination to lose weight and get into shape. His determination grew into passion and this passion has driven him to use his running to serve the needs of others and make a difference. Inspired by his own children, Tim's core desire and commitment is to be a spokesman and advocate for children in need.

Last fall Tim set out on what proved to be a life-changing journey, traveling across the U.S., as he and his family embarked on the A-T CureTour. His purpose and mission was to help advance the work of the A-T Children's Project, fighting a rare and fatal children's disease called Ataxia Telangiectasia (A-T). Tim ran a full 26.2 miles each day while pushing a mobility-jogging stroller for 63 days in 63 different communities across the U.S. Many believed the A-T CureTour was the beginning and the end of his contribution to organizations in this capacity, but the successful completion of the tour was life changing and only deepened his passion and longing to continue to make a difference!

Tim has a personal passion to run for children in need and his desire is to inspire others to use their unique strengths and talents to make a difference! Tim is the founder and director of an organization called For The Unspoken. The mission of For The Unspoken is to inspire and motivate others to leverage their unique strengths and talents to get involved and speak out for the unspoken children, in the U.S. and around the world.



Timeline of Past Experience:
1999-2000Junior College Cross Country Team
2000-2004Collegiate Triathlon Team; National Champions 2002
2001Began running marathons
2004Boston Marathon
2004Californiaman Ironman Triathlon Finisher
2004Graduated with a B.S. in Kinesiology
200524-hr Adventure Race; 2nd place division finish
2005-2007Endurance Coach/Wellness Director at a fitness club
2006First Ultra-marathon, 50k; 4th place finish overall
2007Ran 63 marathons in 63 days; the A-T CureTour
2008Ran 50 miles a day for 13 days throughout Canada