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Timeline for Timothy Wolfe

Tuesday, December 13, 2011 | 11:07 a.m. CST; updated 12:53 p.m. CST, Tuesday, December 13, 2011

1958: Born in Iowa City, Iowa

1967: Moved to Columbia in the fourth grade

1980: Graduated with bachelor’s degree from University of Missouri's business school

1980: Began career at IBM, he served as a sales representative in Jefferson City and manager in Kansas City; vice president and worldwide leader of the Enterprise Resource Planning Unity; partnership executive for University of Missouri and Cerner

1992: Married wife, Molly

1995: Selected to participate in Harvard’s Advanced Management Program

1999: Named vice president and general manager of global distribution center for IBM

2000: Served as executive vice president of Covansys, a global consulting and technology services company, specializing in outsourcing of personnel and services, headquartered in Farmington Hills, Mich.

2003: Joined Novell as vice president and general manager of the Southeast region

2005: Graduated from Harvard’s Advanced Management Program and International Senior Management Program

2006: Vice president and general manager of East Region of Novell Americas

Oct. 24, 2007: Appointed president of Novell Americas, a software company in Waltham, Mass. Press release announcing his appointment

Dec. 13, 2011: Named 23rd UM System president

Feb. 15, 2012: Will begin serving as UM System president


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