Tim McCormick joined SOS Children’s Villages Illinois as the Chief Executive Officer in January 2005. SOS Children’s Villages is the world’s largest organization dedicated to providing care to children in foster care or orphaned. SOS Children’s Villages was founded in 1949 and has grown to 500 villages in 132 countries. Under Mr. McCormick’s executive leadership, he has expanded SOS services to four sites in Illinois.
Prior to coming to SOS, Mr. McCormick served as the Vice President of Mission and Community Development at Saint Anthony Hospital in Chicago, Illinois where he provided leadership to marketing, public relations and media functions for all hospital and community sites.
Mr. McCormick also served as the Regional Director of Senior Services for the Resurrection Health Care Systems in Chicago, Illinois. There Mr. McCormick was responsible for the management and leadership of seven elderly care facilities including skilled nursing homes, licensed assisted living, retirement communities and adult day services. Mr. McCormick was accountable for the fiscal management of $43 million dollars of annual operating revenue.
Mr. McCormick’s holds a Master of Human Resources (MHRM) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Divinity (M.Div). He has taught graduated courses at Dominican University and currently serves as adjunct faculty at DePaul University and Loyola University in Chicago.
Mr. McCormick is currently a PhD Candidate at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois where he has completed all course work and is writing his dissertation on the notion of the common good serving as a catalyst for the American health care system.
Mr. McCormick and wife Maria have two children and live in the Western suburbs of Chicago.