Timothy KaneSenior Consultant NewPoint Strategies LLC
Timothy Kane is a Senior Consultant and Trainer with NewPoint Strategies, working with clients on a range of issues covering Diversity and Inclusion, LGBTQIA, Harassment Prevention, and Conflict Management. His skill set highlights include cross-cultural competency and exchange, problem solving and communication, as well as leadership development and strategic planning.
Timothy is currently on the training team for the State Department Diplomatic Security Training Center and Loudoun County Government. Timothy provides interactive presentations on emerging issues surrounding the LGBTQIA community. He is also working on a digital animation
training tool for NewPoint on Diversity and Harassment.
Timothy creates safe space for authentic dialogue and empowering communication regarding personal identities, individual strength and organizational success. Through dialogue facilitation and interactive presentations, Timothy promotes outcomes-based strategies to enhance interpersonal skills and cultural integration. His ten years of experience includes leadership and consulting roles within Higher Education, Federal Government, Public Service and International Development.
Timothy’s clients include Department of State, Department of Education, Environmental Protection Agency, General Services Administration, Institute of International Education, World Bank, as well as numerous non-profit agencies, colleges and universities. Timothy has engaged over 4,500 international visitors from over 80 countries regarding themes of community building, leadership development, as well as diversity and inclusion. As the former Director of the Office of Community Service at The George Washington University (GW), Timothy promoted civic engagement among 25,000 students and 8,000 staff and faculty. Timothy oversaw university-wide civic engagement campaigns with community partners including The White House. As the current Associate Director of the GW Multicultural Student Services Center, Timothy has fine-tuned engagement of topics related to sexual, gender and religious diversity and inclusion. He specializes in promoting promising practices for community building and bias response, including development of policy and procedure. Timothy received his Bachelor’s of Arts from Hamilton College, his Masters of Divinity from Harvard University, and his Masters of Theology in Justice and Peace Studies from Maryknoll School of Theology. As a certified instructor of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, Timothy also holds a Certificate in International Development from the Monterey Institute of International Studies, as well as Graduate Certificates in HIV/AIDS Studies, International Education and Islamic Studies from George Washington University.