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We're who you want in your next war room meeting

— as you strategize for the next decade


Our core values are at the heart of our work

Integrity First.

Strategizing for the economy requires having difficult conversations and acknowledging hard truths. We can't do either if you don't trust us to deliver with the highest level of integrity.

Data is the start. Not the end. Our work is rooted in data and economic analysis, but that's only the start. We synthesize, interpret and take a clear stance so that you're not left to fill in the blanks.

Always be innovating.

Reaching your company's growth potential means staying on the cutting edge. The only way to do that is if we challenge our own boundaries daily. 

Communicate with purpose.

We know your time is valuable. To keep from wasting it, we communicate efficiently and with purpose so that our message is clear and actionable.

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Before starting Access/Macro Tim was a senior economist at KPMG where he regularly discussed the economic outlook with executives, Boards, and senior leaders at companies both large and small. He also served as the chief of staff to the President and Chief Operating Officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco - a role that gave him unique insight into how to build strategies and solutions that create impact at the organizational level.

Tim has co-authored articles published by the FRBSF, IMF, and Bloomberg outlets, conducted economic forecasting at the IMF and the Federal Reserve, and has gained a reputation for synthesizing complex economic developments for business and community leaders. His research covers a wide range of topics, but he specializes in inflation and monetary policy. His work is regularly cited in the press and remains influential with policymakers.

Prior to joining the FRBSF, he was an economist at Bloomberg LP where he appeared on television and radio to discuss economic conditions and the outlook. He has also worked as an economist and analyst at the International Monetary Fund and Citibank in New York.

Tim has a B.A. in international affairs and a B.S. in economics from George Washington University and an M.A. in Economics from San Diego State University. He is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese.

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