Background: Timothy Bryant has been a cooperative member since 1991. He has his Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Purdue University (West Lafayette) and his MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University and is a SHRM Certified Professional. He is currently the Managing Director at IT Synergistics, LLC. Previously, he was VP of Administration for the Indiana Blood Center. Tim has over 25 years of experience in the executive management field specifically working for non-profit and small businesses serving as CEO/CFO/CIO roles. He has also worked and reported directly to a board of directors, so he understands the responsibilities and nature of that interaction. Tim is a member of New Palestine United Methodist Church (past treasurer and Sunday school teacher); County Chairman for FNRA (advancing 2nd Amendment rights); past adjunct faculty for IUPUI; volunteer for the Indy 500 Festival/Mini Marathon. Tim and his wife Susan have lived in Hancock County for over 30 years and raised three children: Erin, Matthew and Lauren. Additionally, Tim and Susan have six grandchildren.
Candidate Statement: I’ve known NineStar for 30 years, both professionally and as a customer. These experiences give me a thorough understanding of NineStar’s offerings and management. I value three qualifications for this role. Commitment – I understand the time needed, and I’m ready for the challenge. Skills – A candidate should have skills that align with a director role. Having both engineering and management degrees combined with over 25 years senior-level management allow me to bring both governance and technical experiences that align with those of a community board. I currently report to a corporate board, so I understand the oversight required of a board. Community – Finally, a candidate should have a good sense of community. My wife and I committed to raising a family in this community, and I want to give back the time and talents I have. I will work hard to continue the community efforts NineStar has worked to establish.
2021 Annual Meeting
Friday, March 26th