Timothy C. Moynahan is the CEO and owner of Moynahan Partners, offering business development consultancy, identifying strategic business partnerships and funding sources. He founded the Moynahan Law Firm, Waterbury, Connecticut, and is a sought after and successful trial lawyer, earning the Super Lawyer of New England and Connecticut awards from 2009 to 2012 and Best Criminal Defense Attorney accolade in 2013.
Mr. Moynahan seeks to improve his community through social, health, and education works. He a founding member and currently serves as Chairman of the Global Virus Network (GVN), which identifies, investigates and controls viral threats to mankind. He is a past Board member, past Chairman, and past co-chair of the Business Leadership Council of the organization.
He focuses on integrating relevant business and law requirements into academia as a member of the Post University MBA Advisory Council. He assists at-risk youths and families as Attorney Emeritus for the Let’s Think Kids Foundation. As Board member of the International Council for Middle East Studies (Washington D.C.), he held civil rights presentations for the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC). On behalf of the United States Information Services (USIS), he shared democracy ideology with universities in Pakistan. He was a member of the Dean’s Council, School of Law, Quinnipiac University, and was a discussant on global business practice in Cyprus for the Southern Connecticut State University.
Prior to this, Mr. Moynahan founded and chaired The Palace Theatre to preserve the cultural icon. His community work included an advisory post on the Mayor of Waterbury’s Commission, as well as Board memberships of the Greater Waterbury Chamber of Commerce and the Connecticut Special Olympics. He participated in the Chief Justice’s Supreme Court Committee on Criminal Justice to ensure the integrity of the criminal justice system and was a Board member of the Connecticut Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.
Mr. Moynahan is President of the Ireland Chamber of Commerce in Connecticut. He has served as an advisor for the NBA Retired Players Association as Board member for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, and chaired events for the Ataxia Telangiectasia Foundation, and the Order of the Sons of Italy.
Awards & Honors:
For his professional achievements, contribution to the community and the college, Post University inducted Mr. Moynahan into its Hall of Fame, named The Timothy C. Moynahan Law Library in his honor and awarded him a Doctor of Letters degree. He is a recipient of the Coqui award and has been the Yeshiva Gedolah Man of the Year. He was a forward on the Providence College “Friars” Championship NIT basketball team.