Tim Hopper

Responsible for the social and environmental activities of Microsoft’s indirect spend suppliers

Tim Hopper is responsible for the social and environmental activities of Microsoft’s indirect spend suppliers.  Tim is a member of the International Association of Outsource Professionals (IAOP) Corporate Social Responsibility committee, the Global Business Coalition against Human Trafficking (gBCAT) supply chain subcommittee, Made in a Free World, and the Rockefeller Foundation stakeholder group to promote Global Impact Sourcing. He is also a member of the Global Sourcing Council.   Tim deployed and currently manages the Microsoft Supplier YouthSpark Community Technology Center Program, which has been featured in over 40 press releases, and published by the Center for Information and Society. Tim also serves on the board of DreamStart Labs, an NGO focused on empowering disadvantaged individuals through technology. Previous to Microsoft, Tim served as a federal financial institution examiner as well as the CEO of a financial institution. Tim holds a graduate degree in Finance from the University of Wyoming and a graduate certificate in Ethics from the University of Washington.