Tim Day has more than 35 years experience in various business ventures. Over the last twenty years, he has been a partner in a private equity firm that has acquired and managed a portfolio of successful U.S. manufacturing companies. His expertise includes business valuation, mergers and acquisition, and financial consulting services.
Prior to his current position, Tim was the chief financial officer of a health insurance company, from its inception in 1988 to its sale and listing on the New York Stock Exchange in 1998. The company achieved annual sales in excess of $1 billion during his tenure.
Day is also a board member for several northeast Wisconsin non-profit organizations. These include the Cornerstone Foundation of Northeast Wisconsin, the N.E.W. Community Shelter Foundation, Encompass Early Education and Childcare, Weyers Family Foundation, Junior Achievement, Green Bay Symphony Orchestra, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation, Family Violence Center, and the Weyers and Hilliard Freedom Fund. Tim also volunteers for Residential Care for the Developmentally Disabled, Friends of Scouting, and Special Olympics. He and his wife, Cathie, have two adult children and four grandchildren.