Tim joined Ralph Reed in founding Century Strategies, parent company of Millennium Marketing, in 1997. Since then, he has handled our growing list of political and governmental affairs clients. With over 16 years of experience working at all levels of campaigns, including presidential, gubernatorial and congressional races, as well as state legislative and local campaigns, Tim’s political experience is both broad and deep.
During the 2000 GOP primaries, Tim helped spearhead Century’s national efforts on behalf of George W. Bush’s campaign for president. Beginning in 1999 and continuing through the nomination, Century provided direct mail, telemarketing, coalition building and strategic services to Bush for President. During the 2000 general election, Century provided the same services for our ticket. In addition, Tim continues overseeing grasstops and grassroots services for Century’s corporate clients across the United States.
Tim’s extensive experience as a strategic campaign consultant, direct mail and telemarketing specialist, grassroots and grasstops operative has helped him service a broad range of clients including Bush for President; Victory 2000 at the national level; Georgia Republican Party; Florida Republican House Caucus; members of Congress such as Majority Leader Dick Armey, Conference Chairman J.C. Watts, and Bob Goodlatte; National Republican Congressional Committee; Lieutenant Governor John Hager of Virginia; Lieutenant Governor Steve Windom of Alabama; Bush for President in 1988, and Republican Party of Virginia.
In addition to his work for political clients, Tim has serviced Fortune 500 corporate clients with Century while coordinating successful issue advocacy campaigns in a number of states.
After managing Bob Goodlatte’s first campaign for Congress in 1992, Tim served on Capitol Hill as the Chief of Staff to Congressman Bob Goodlatte for four years.
Given his longtime political experience, Tim has been enlisted to teach campaign training seminars across the nation for organizations like Campaigns and Elections Magazine, Republican Party of Virginia, Christian Coalition, and other state party and grassroots organizations. He was named a “Rising Star in Politics” in 1998 by Campaigns and Elections Magazine.
Tim and his wife, Julia, live with their four children: Barrett, Cabot, Hudson and Millicent in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Magna Cum Laude from Virginia Tech University with a B.A. in Political Science.