Tim Huber is the Research and Policy Associate at the Council on Foundations. He works to connect and understand policies that impact the philanthropic sector, and advocates for an environment that promotes giving.
Tim graduated with honors and received a B.A. in Global Studies from Loyola University Maryland with a minor in political science and concentration in Russian. Prior to his work with the Council, Tim interned with Open World Leadership Center at the Library of Congress and was a Senior Student Technician for the IT Department at Loyola University Maryland.
While originally from Maryland, Tim spent most of his childhood growing up in Kiev, Ukraine. He enjoys reading, cooking, and spending time with family and friends. He lives in Maryland with his wife, Micaela, and Samoyed puppy, Winston.
You should contact Tim for information on Council policy positions and policy research and any Council advocacy related events.