Timothy Evans is currently in county management as a Local Government Management Fellow within the Greater Minneapolis region of Minnesota, and is a member of the International City/County Management Association (ICMA).
Through his efforts in Minnesota and previously with the National League Cities in Washington DC, he continues to work on a variety of social, economic, and systemic issues that impact local governments across the nation.
Further, Timothy’s experiences motivate him to help local governments navigate the challenging political and economic realities of today. Coupled with his local government experiences, passion, and education through Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College, Timothy brings a comprehensive understanding of the challenges that face our education system. Supporting his comprehensive understanding of education are his years of experience in the DC public schools, through Teach For America, his educationally focus work in the non-profit sector (nationally/internationally), and his graduate teaching degree from American University.
He utilizes his diverse range of experiences to help local governments gain a holistic view of a policy’s impact on the respective community. Timothy seeks to exercise his knowledge to help communities nationally understand the various connections and impacts of policies and environmental changes.
Through his passion and experiences, he is working to provide actionable steps for local governments to build thriving communities.
Gone are the days that local governments can attract top talent based only on the notion of job security. Furthermore, local governments across the country have been forced to lay off staff, reduce benefits, and cut core services. Additionally, even as the market...
What if I told you that over the next five to 10 years a significant number (potentially over 35%) of local government workers will retire? You would probably respond, “Tell me something that I don’t know.” Most people are aware of the retirement wave, but very few...