Tim Briglin


Prior to co-founding Tuckerman Capital in 2001, Tim was a partner at Green Mountain Partners.  While at Green Mountain, Tim was directly involved in 21 investments with a total of $200 million invested.  Previously, he was a legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy covering economic, tax, and banking issues.  Early in his financial career, Tim was an associate at Morgan Stanley in corporate finance and was an analyst at Marine Midland Bank in corporate lending.  

Tim is a founding board member of Vermont Parks Forever, a member of Vital Communities Corporate Council, and a director of Mascoma Savings Bank.  In 2013, he was appointed by Governor Shumlin to serve on the Vermont Economic Progress Council, and a year later was elected to the Vermont state legislature to represent four Upper Valley towns.  Tim graduated from Cornell University and Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.