Location: New York, NY
Location: New York, NY
Describe an average day for you.
Driven, passionate, caring
Why are you passionate about RevJen’s work?
RevJen is a tremendous asset to the nonprofit sector. Allowing senior leaders to take time each month to step out of their daily existence and collaborate with peers wrestling with real world challenges is invaluable. Inside of a safe and caring space, peers help peers look at their formidable challenges and generate potential solutions to take back to the workplace. This isn’t theory or casework-- its dealing with challenges our leaders are facing today. It is great watching groups form and work together to address really tough issues. In the current COVID environment, I can’t image our sector without RevJen.
If you could wave a magic wand and change one thing about the nonprofit sector, what would it be?
That nonprofits would have equal (or better) financial and human resources required to tackle the challenges facing us as a society. Too many nonprofits are working without sufficient resources, overworking and burning out their staff, trying to do everything that needs to be done.
Finish this sentence: “On Saturday mornings you can usually find me…”
Timothy Higdon has 30+ years of leadership and management experience in nonprofits, military and the private sector. His career has focused on the nonprofit sector in interim and permanent senior leadership roles. Organizations he has served include New York University Langone Medical Center, Hunter College Foundation, Girl Scouts of the USA, US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Episcopal Relief and Development, CCS Fundraising and Amnesty International. Prior to moving into the nonprofit sector, he had senior sales roles at Biomet and IBM. He is currently the President and CEO of Hearing Health Foundation.
Timothy is a facilitator for RevJen Group supporting senior leaders and senior program officers in nonprofit organizations in New York. Also, he is an Instructor of Nonprofit Management and Leadership at the School of Professional Studies at Columbia University, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at New York University. He has developed and taught multiple courses at Columbia and NYU. He has an active coaching and consulting practice as well.
Higdon is a former Army Major who served fifteen years in the US Army Corps of Engineers. He holds degrees from Indiana University Kelley School of Business (B.S.) and New York University Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service (M.P.A.).