Board Member

Tim ThorpeTim Thorpe, is the executive director of Pathways Health Crisis Resource Center in Minneapolis, a non-profit, volunteer-sustained organization that provides programs and an environment designed to provide complementary therapy services and programs for people with life-threatening illness. Along with a staff of three, he oversees community relations and outreach, program & services development and funding sustainability.

Thorpe's career includes for-profit business planning, marketing and advertising with strong strategic, media and communications planning experience. Throughout his career, he has built strong non-profit expertise through experiences with various organizations focused on social services, arts, education, youth and the elderly. Thorpe’s philanthropic endeavors include serving as board member and president of the Thorpe Foundation, board member for the Minnesota Council on Foundations; Minnesota Coalition for Death Education and Support; Youth Frontiers; and advisory committee member for Wilderness Inquiry. Thorpe was one of the founding board members of the Andrus Family Fund in New York City.

Fostering sustainable communities in the United States — communities guided by principles of social justice and distinguished by healthy environments, strong local economies, and thriving cultures.