Tim Salmonson cares deeply about people and the planet. He is a social economist, helping organizations get clear about their noble purpose and engage with their ideal audience.
He has developed strategies that employ social economics as a way of attracting and retaining the best talent, building healthy corporate culture, increasing brand loyalty and profitability all while making the world a better place.
In 2004, he founded a non-profit organization mobilizing volunteers to serve in under-resourced communities around the world. He has traveled to over 30 countries working with many different development agencies and hundreds of volunteers, engaging and serving alongside local leadership and community members to bring help and hope to hurting people.
In 2011 he founded what has now become Social Economic Enterprises, an organization that marries his passion for social justice and his desire to see businesses around the world become agents of social and environmental impact and transformation.
Tim has a Bachelor of Science in Communication from Western Michigan University and a Master's Degree (MA) in Organizational Leadership from Eastern University, St. Davids, PA. His experience and passion culminate around the areas of team building, team leading, creative problem solving, strategic planning and community development. His credo is “Non nobis solum nati sumus.” (Not for ourselves alone are we born.) Marcus Tullius Cicero
Tim loves creative problem solving and helping organizations make healthy contributions to people and the planet. If you are interested in establishing and growing your social enterprise, then Social Economic Enterprises can help!
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What People Are Saying:
Owner of Goodchild Homes,
“When you are in a very competitive market like real estate, it's hard to set yourself apart. That's why we strive to be a social enterprise. We have found great value in engaging our people in volunteerism and community service.
We were excited when we had the opportunity to work with Tim and his team, building a home for an under-resourced family on the outskirts of San Jose, Costa Rica. Our team bonded; the work was very rewarding and we had a great story to tell. It was an unforgettable experience and because it was professionally documented, it helped us establish social proof that we are doing our part to make the world a better place.”
COO, Bright Hope
"Our organization needed help with promoting a large scale fundraising campaign so we contacted Tim
Salmonson, president of Social Economic Enterprises. He gladly joined us and over the course of 40
days and 3,000 miles, Tim helped us make it possible to share our story with thousands of people and
raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for the cause of anti-human trafficking."
Charlevoix Venetian Festival
"In 2015 we approached Social Economic Enterprises (SEE) to help us to develop a greater reach and
create systems to help us better communicate with all of our volunteers and participants. At the time that SEE stepped in we had 1,019 followers on Facebook with a daily post reach of 435 people. In the three years that we have been working with SEE, our Facebook presence has risen to over 4,300 likes with daily posts reaching over 11 million people. We have gone from being a local event to being recognized in USA Today as one of the “Top 5 Festivals in North America.”