TIM WALTER has more than 15 years of experience in Social Work and Public Health community outreach and prevention. After focusing initially on direct service case management, Tim became interested in global health disease prevention work. While working abroad for numerous years, he developed a passion for epidemiology and disease prevention research, prompting him to pursue a pair of graduate degrees focused on data analysis, database design, program evaluation, and geographic information systems mapping. He has worked as a research consultant and director of program evaluation on numerous global and domestic community health and nonprofit projects. Tim holds a B.A. in Spanish and Latin American History and dual graduate MPH and MSW degrees.
The City of Brooklyn Center is committed to reshaping the city’s public safety and justice systems, utilizing data to drive decisions about policy, programs, and investments in public safety. The City Manager’s Office will partner with a FUSE Corps Executive Fellow for one year to serve as a quasi-Chief Data Officer for this public safety information, effectively harnessing this data in a data storytelling model.