Term expires: November 2024
Bachelor of Science in Physics, University of California at Irvine
Masters in Manufacturing Engineering, University of Southern California
Masters in Business Administration, Loyola Marymount
Tim Bohen is a Southern California native who considers Oro Valley to be the best place he has lived. As an aerospace engineer at the Hughes Aircraft Company and later Raytheon, Honeywell, Securaplane and Celestica, Tim has worked on large engineering projects. Watching his managers use a disciplined information gathering process to support difficult and high profile decisions has had a major impact on him.
Tim moved to Oro Valley in 2015 to accept a job at Honeywell. After attending the Oro Valley Community Academy and Oro Valley Police Department Citizens Academy, Tim realized he wanted to engage more fully in what was going on in his new home town. The level of resident engagement in Oro Valley convinced him that continuing the great success of Oro Valley would be possible. But Tim also realized that having Town Council members who put the residents first is a necessity. Tim is a strong advocate for following the resident-created 2016 General Plan to guide the Town’s growth.
Tim sees becoming an Oro Valley Town Council member as an opportunity to actively participate in guiding the Town’s path forward as well as beginning a new chapter in his career. Tim takes very seriously the responsibility of representing the interests of Oro Valley residents. He will never hesitate to ask questions or request more time to make a decision if he believes this can lead to a better decision for residents.
Tim is a private pilot and was previously a member of the Torrance Airport Commission. He is also proud to have achieved the INCOSE Certified Systems Engineering Professional designation. Tim has been fortunate to have the opportunity to travel to every continent and over 40 different countries. He is a past President of Oro Valley Toastmasters and a Red Cross platelets donor. Tim is an avid and lifelong fan of the Los Angeles Rams, Los Angeles Kings and Los Angeles Angels. But the University of Arizona Wildcats have become his newly adopted college team.