Tim W. Brown is currently serving as the fifth president of the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments.
Prior to serving as president of TMACOG he was elected to two terms as state representative in Ohio’s 3rd House District. As state representative he chaired the Government Accountability and Oversight Committee, and served on the Financial Institutions, Housing and Urban Development Committee, and the Health and Aging Committee. Before serving in the Ohio House of Representatives, he was elected to four terms as Wood County Commissioner and served as vice president of the Board. He was elected by his colleagues around Ohio to serve as vice president of the County Commissioners Association of Ohio (CCAO). He also served on a number of committees for the CCAO including the General Government (Legislative) Committee, which he chaired for a number of years, the Joint Committee on Administration of Elections, and he chaired the Commissioners and Sheriffs Task Force Committee. He is also the past president of the Northwest Ohio Commissioners and Engineers Association. Preceding his appointment as commissioner in 1997, he served northwest Ohio for eight years as district representative for the late U.S. Congressman Paul Gillmor.
In 2013, Brown was accepted into the Harvard Kennedy School of Government’s Executive Education Program. He studied in Boston, and graduated in the summer of 2013. Mr. Brown was selected to attend Harvard’s program from hundreds of applicants from around the world, and was the recipient of a fellowship through the David Bohnett Fellowship Program. Tim Brown is a 1986 graduate of Bowling Green State University’s College of Business.