Board of Advisors
Tim Keenan is an active entrepreneur who has been a principal in building and selling of four businesses. Most recently, Tim served as president and chairman of the board of directors of High Performance Technologies Inc. (HPTi), which provides high performance computing, system engineering, and healthcare bioinformatics to federal government customers, including the Department of Defense, Department of Veteran Affairs and Department of Justice.
Tim is also the cofounder of the Timothy and Kathleen ’81 Keenen Center of Entrepreneurship at Le Moyne College, which seeks to advance the Central New York economy by utilizing personal enterprise to promote economic development and combat poverty.
In addition to his work in business, Tim Keenan is an adjunct professor for the executive MBA capstone at George Mason University, an adjunct professor of entrepreneurship at Georgetown University, and an entrepreneur-in-residence of Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. As part of this commitment, Tim serves on the Dean’s Council of The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business, the George Mason College of Science Advisory Council and the James Madison University Deans’ Council for the College of Business.
Tim graduated with a Bachelor of Science from The Ohio State University (OSU) and earned a Master of Business Administration from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He has received Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year, the American Business Award for Best Executive, GovCon’s Executive of the Year, the American Business Award for Best Executive, Winning Workplace’s Best Boss Award, and the Entrepreneurism Award from the Fisher College of Business at OSU. In 2008, Tim was inducted into the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Alumni Hall of Fame.