CEO BIO Page

timforceoblogAbout Tim

Timothy M. Gomez is a 23 year Fortune 100 Business Leader with a background in Operations, Supply Chain & Logistics, Quality, Order Management, Customer Service, and R&D. Tim serves as the Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of the Board for Dixon Ticonderoga Company, a 218 year old global consumer product company based in the United States. Tim is also an active Board of Director for the World Trade Center Orlando as well as serving on non-profit Boards for Writing Instruments Manufacturers Association and The Art & Creative Materials Institute.

A 15 year successful Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, Tim has blended his Masters from Cambridge University in Business Leadership, Masters in Manufacturing and Bachelor of Science in Industrial Distribution from East Carolina University to implement key value chain strategies that have reduced costs by over $60MUSD in his career and counting. Tim and his wife have a daughter and they live in the New Smyrna Beach area of Florida.

In his free time Tim likes to cheer on the Lakers and Cowboys. His perfect day would be spent fishing with his wife and daughter by his side.

18 thoughts on “CEO BIO Page

  1. Katina Vanasse

    Re: Wax Crayon Donation Request

    Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or what you accomplish for yourself; it’s what you do for others. – Danny Thomas

    Share the Warmth celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. This milestone will be celebrated throughout the year as we continue to offer the essential programs that support our members.

    The Back-to-School program distributes school supplies to 5,000 students in Montreal schools. Last year, 43 schools asked for our help for their underprivileged students. We distributed over 60,000 items to these students.

    This coming year, we also hope to offer this program as well as a shopping coop of school supplies that would allow local low-income families to provide for their children. In this way, we hope to foster independence in these families.

    We hope to get as many of the necessary supplies donated as possible and donations in kind as well as financial donations that allow us to buy necessary supplies are greatly appreciated. We hope you will be able to help us this year as we try to support more families with these two programs.

    Together, we truly are making a difference for children who need our help.

    Sincerely,

    Katina Vanasse

    Share the Warmth
    625 rue Fortune
    Montreal, QC H3K 2R9

    Registration No. 129600813 RR0001

    http://www.sharethewarmth.ca
    514-933-5599

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    1. Rachel Fox

      We appreciate you reaching out to Dixon Ticonderoga Company. As you can imagine, it is an important focus for Dixon Ticonderoga to provide the highest quality customer service.

      We thank you for your recent donation request. We would like to congratulate you on the good work your program provides to schools. We wish you success in your efforts.

      Our company supports the Kids In Need Foundation. They have resource centers across the country that provides free school supplies to children in need. In addition to their resource centers, they have some other programs that can assist those schools that are in the highest need. You can find out more about their organization by going to http://www.kinf.org.

      In addition we have created PRANG POWER, a teacher loyalty program, to assist teachers and parents earn free school supplies. Please visit http://www.PrangPower.com to learn more about our program. Currently we have over 190,000 teachers earning free writing and art supplies.

      Unfortunately, at this time we are not able to make a donation. If in the future, we are in a position to make a donation towards your initiative, we will be more than willing to help you in your efforts.

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  2. Rachelle Peck

    I was trying to find out if the classroom ready Prang tempera paints have any egg in them. I have a student with an egg contact allergy and have been unable to find that information anywhere.
    Can you please help me?

    Thank you!

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  3. Aislynn Mooney

    Hi Rachelle- I have looked through you website for a number to call but am unable to find one. I am helping some friends in Mandeville, LA source school supplies for the schools that flooded this month. I moved to LA from FL and had never heard of your pencil brand until every single parent, teacher and administration sang your praises to me! I would love to talk with someone with your company about how we can help the children, teachers and staff rebuild their school supplies for this school year since they were all lost in the floods. I hope to hear from you or a representative of your amazing company soon!

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    1. Rachel Fox

      Dear Aislynn,

      Thanks for reaching out–Dixon is a national pencil and fine art sponsor for the Kids In Need Foundation. They provide school supplies to those in need–I would suggest trying to reach out to them and a resource center nearby. Their site is kinf.org

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  4. victoria clark

    Hello,

    Im doing a school project that requires I choose an object and find out how every part of that object is made (from where the raw materials come from, all the way to who manufactures it). My group choose a pencil. We chose your company because of its popularity. We are looking for some to help us investigate this process.

    Thanks,
    Victoria Clark

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    1. Rachel Fox

      Dear Victoria,

      We sent you an email directly-we hope this helps. Thanks for thinking of Dixon Ticonderoga for your project, and best of luck!

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  5. Maura

    I’m looking for a phone number for customer service and can’t seem to find it on the Prang website. Can you give me the number? I purchased a 36 pack of watercolors for my kindergarten….12 regular, 12 glitter, 12 metallic and they are terrible! I’ve never had a problem before but this box is sticky and drippy and unusable! I spent most of my budget money on this and need to get a new box! Please help!

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  6. Renee Maloney

    I am not sure how to contact someone from the company so…I am a teacher and have always loved your pencils. However, this year I must have purchased a defective batch! Nearly every eraser on the pencils my students use has broken off. This is very frustrating as kids erase A LOT! As you know, Ticonderoga pencils are not inexpensive but I have always believed the extra money was worth it. I am beginning to second-guess my loyalty as nearly 6 boxes of pencils now have no erasers. At first I thought my students were intentionally tearing off the erasers – until I was using one and as I was erasing something the eraser just came off. Now, I am left with several dozen pencils with no erasers. What should I do to get these replaced? Thank you for any help you can provide.

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  7. Ellen Egley

    Good afternoon!

    I was looking for a media or PR contact to discuss an opportunity for Dixon Ticonderoga to be featured in the manufacturing section of the upcoming issue of STEM Jobs magazine. The magazine reaches about 20,000 middle and high school students and is designed to help teachers connect what is happening in their classrooms to careers.

    This upcoming issue will feature author and actress Mayim Bialik from “The Big Bang Theory” on the cover and an interview with her in a featured article.

    Thank you so much for any help you can provide in connecting me to the right person! Have a lovely day!

    ~Ellen at STEM Jobs

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  8. Ellen Egley

    Hi, Rachel!

    I just sent you an email. Please let me know if you didn’t receive it for some reason. Our content deadline was actually yesterday, but I’m willing to extend it a few days if Dixon is interested in participating.

    I look forward to hearing from you!

    ~Ellen

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  9. Karen Musser

    Hi,

    I have a question. I don’t see anywhere on your home page to contact you, so I am using this format. I have bought my DT pencils for YEARS at costco in bulk. This year, the pencils are breaking every five minutes. It’s been super frustrating. I am a high school physics teacher in Orlando. Have they changed the wood they are making the pencils with? I surely can’t be the only person noticing this? Literally my pencil will break, then break two seconds later, then rebreak….. It’s driving me crazy. I don’t like mechanical pencils. Just wondering. I don’t really want to switch to pen….

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