Since winning a historic Silver Medal at the 2008 Olympics and reaching the quarter-finals of the the 2012 London Games in fencing, Tim has been built an impressive resume in philanthropy, business, media and entertainment.
His experiences have made him one of the most dynamic and sought-after Olympic athlete speakers as he has translated his sports fencing lessons into business success and shared those ideas at companies around the country including Google, BP, Washington Mutual, Chase, Safeco, Hugo Boss and General Motors.
In 2012, he founded the non-profit Fencing In The Schools, which currently provides PE fencing programs and Varsity fencing teams in low-income communities across the country. In 2015, he opened his first fencing academy, Tim Morehouse Fencing Club which teaches the sport of fencing on the Upper West Side of NYC and within one year become one of the top-10 youth clubs in the country.
Tim is a recurring moderator and host for AOL Build and his on-air experience includes being a Special Correspondent for E! News, a blogger Team USA and Huffington Post on topics related to entertainment, business and sports. Tim was the lead male host for the US Open's "Beyond The Baseline" show that was produced by IMG Productions and aired on ESPN3.
In 2015, Tim was one of the Chase Masters featuredin a national commercial and marketing campaign along with Serena Williams, The Rockettes and Stephen Curry for Chase Banks. He has also starred in national ad campaign for Sean John and he has appeared in advertorials for Casio Watches and commercials for the NBC Olympic Store and Team USA.
Tim is an experienced and sought-after corporate spokesperson, most recently helping Juice Press to launch a new flavored juice during the US Open and he has contributed to events and promotions for Chase, Samsung, Sabra Dipping Co., Hublot and Dick's Sporting Goods amongst others.