Tim Kilduff Alumni Profile
Centennial Alumni Award
President & Founder, 26.2 Foundation
A proven leader, Tim has extensive experience in public affairs, volunteer organization management, and internal and external communications. Tim’s contributions have been recognized by the Reagan administration, Vice President Al Gore and Massachusetts governors Weld, King, and Dukakis. His volunteer work includes serving as Boston Marathon Race Director in 1983 and 1984 during a difficult period of the race’s history. He founded the non-profit 26,2 Foundation aimed at advancing the virtues of the marathon run including the power of the human spirit. He currently serves on the Fraternity of Phi Gamma Delta Board of Archons.
He supports his local community through service to numerous education organizations and initiatives. A believer in the power of teams, Tim is motivated by inclusiveness, collaboration, and has a passion for helping others to achieve for themselves. Tim earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Kent State University, a Certificate in Public Relations from American University, and is a graduate of the United States Chamber of Commerce, Institute of Organization Management.