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Tim Cassidy 

Tim Cassidy has spent 7 years employed in the government sector working for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under the U.S.  Department of Transportation. He’s worked as both a Logistician and Program Analyst in the areas of international and domestic supply chain management, IT functional analysis, business process re-engineering, and project management. The FAA Logistics Center’s unique franchise fund operating environment has allowed him the rare opportunity to usefully employ skills learned in business school while supporting a distinctly different mission in aviation public service.

Mr. Cassidy attended the University of Oklahoma where he received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in International Business and Marketing/Supply Chain Management. He was selected as an R. Boyd Gunning Scholar, Patrick A. O’Bannon Scholar, and Rath Foundation Scholar as a full-time student enrolled in the Michael F. Price College of Business. Tim also completed a minor in Spanish and studied Marketing Management, International Trade, and Business Ethics during a semester of exchange study at the Universidad Politecnica de Valencia in Valencia, Spain. As VP of Scholarship and Awards for the International Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi, he helped students cultivate valuable study skills, locate available local and national scholarship opportunities, and gain skills in business etiquette. He was also nominated for Delta Sigma Pi’s National Collegian of the Year for the 2004-2005 academic year.


From 2006-2009 Mr. Cassidy attended graduate studies at the University of Central Oklahoma where he completed a Master's of Business Administration. During his capstone project, he consulted with KISS Institute for Practical Robotics, a Norman, OK non-profit dedicated to the use of practical robotics to further engage students in the practical application of science, math, engineering, and technology. Along with team members, he developed a comprehensive SWOT analysis of one of the institute's basic educational robots, made a recommendation for modifications to the base model, and developed tailored curricula for various age groups from K-12.


Tim currently holds the position of CFO on the WOW Board of Directors. He looks forward to working with the team to help propagate the organization’s mission to foster emotional well-being skills among those who wish to improve the way they process life’s daily challenges.