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As an Account Executive in our Employee Benefits Department, Tim provides benefit plan design and consulting services for public and private entities in a variety of industries, including construction, government contracting, not-for-profits, technology, and professional services. Tim’s areas of expertise include employee benefit strategy, government contracting, fringe benefits, employee benefit design, budgeting, health promotion and wellness, employee education, and communication.
Tim works with companies in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska, helping both midsize and large employers to find the best benefits plan for their employees while adhering to tight budgets. He is a subject matter expert in fringe benefits, including the Davis Bacon Act, Service Contract Act, and prevailing wage contracts, and leads the firm in government contract clients’ needs in that area.
Tim joined Parker, Smith & Feek in 2019. Out of college, Tim worked for not-for-profits and led college programs in Christian ministry before moving to employee benefits consulting. He started in benefits as a consultant at an agency in Portland, Oregon. Tim then gained unique knowledge working at The Boon Group, a TPA, to help companies in construction and various contractors understand fringe benefits options. As regional sales manager, he oversaw the Pacific Northwest including Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. He moved to Parker, Smith & Feek after realizing he most enjoys building relationships directly with clients and can help both fringe and non-fringe scenarios.
Tim is an active member in the Association of General Contractors, PTAC (Procurement Technical Assistance Program), and Construction Finance Management Association. He is passionate about supporting local not-for-profits, including the local chapter of HOPE Worldwide that serves social needs within the Puget Sound, as well as helping organize fundraisers that directly raise money for not-for-profits that support foster children in the Pacific Northwest.