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Timothy A. Stiles

Board Member

Prior to assuming leadership of the International Development Assistance Services (IDAS) practice in 2008, Tim has been the Partner in Charge of the Global Grants Practice since 2002; previously he was the Director of the West Region Exempt Organizations (EXOTAX) practice, over-seeing the delivery of services to all not-for-profit clients in 13 states throughout the western United States.

  He was instrumental in founding KPMG’s national EXOTAX practice in 1995, and served in the exempt division of the firm’s Washington National Tax Practice.

Tim has over twenty-five years’ experience providing services to tax-exempt organizations.  His clients have included social service organizations, institutions of higher education, hospitals, governmental entities, museums, foundations, multi- and bi-laterals, and other organizations with local, national and multi-national operations.

He now focuses exclusively on serving not-for-profit organizations, and particularly foundations, development agencies, and international non-governmental organizations.  Tim assists organizations in making grants and funding projects for a variety of charitable purposes in over 130 countries on six continents.  In addition, he has experience on special projects involving: Grant Program Design; Fund management; Expenditure responsibility; Program-related Investments; Microfinance Arrangements; Strategic planning; Tax consultations and other considerations of foreign operations; Program monitoring and evaluation; Funding transparency and accountability; Analysis on grant effectiveness; and Jeopardy investments, self-dealing and excess business holdings

Tim is also Advisory member, KPMG Disaster Relief Fund; Board member, KPMG National Diversity Advisory Board; Board member, KPMG Pride Advisory Board; Global Chairman, International Development Assistance Services Practice; Committee member, Global Government Sector Steering Committee; Founding Partner, International Tax Exempt Services Practice; Member, KPMG US Corporate Responsibility Committee; Global Executive Partner, United Nations; and Partner in Charge, Global Grants Practice.

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