Timothy Su brings a rare combination of clinical psychology training and nearly 30 years of IT experience to the organization. He is passionate about technology and people.
On the technology front, he has worked in IT across retail, small businesses, nonprofit, higher education and prestigious financial services firms. All these experiences have shaped his thinking and approach toward the implementation and use of technology in different contexts.
Prior to joining Partnership to End Addiction, he worked as a therapist at a community center, taught psychology classes as an adjunct lecturer, and co-founded an award-winning counseling website for youth in Singapore. His experience and training in psychology have reinforced his belief that every human being matters.
Though Timothy has lived in New York City for the majority of his life, he also spent different parts of his life in Taiwan, Singapore, California, the Midwest and Scotland. He graduated from Hope College in Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and sociology and earned a master’s in clinical psychology from Wheaton College, Ill. He is a self-professed computer geek and an avid acoustic guitar player. If you get into a conversation with him about either of those two topics, there is a very good chance you might be late for your next meeting.