Tim Spaulding Accepts Appointment as Executive Director

The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Spaulding as the Executive Director of Freedom 4/24. Tim served as a board member throughout 2012 and filled the role of Interim President during the past two months. Tim comes to us with much experience and expertise. In addition to his duties as Executive Director, Tim runs a solo-practice law firm in Lynchburg, VA. Prior to starting his own firm, Tim spent three years working for a large corporate law firm in Norfolk, VA. Additionally, he has taught numerous courses at Liberty University including undergraduate courses in Business Law, and doctoral courses in Education Law. From 2009-2012 he served as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law teaching courses in Bankruptcy and Corporate Mergers & Acquisitions at Liberty University School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Tim spent three years working for a small liberal arts college in Rochester, NY and one year teaching English in Shizuoka, Japan.

Tim earned his Juris Doctor degree from Regent University and holds an undergraduate degree in Organizational Management. His passion for justice and desire to combat sex trafficking and child prostitution were the primary motivators for attending law school. Tim has extensively researched the issues related to child sex tourism and child prostitution. His work on these issues in Cambodia was published in the Gonzaga Journal of International Law in 2008, and can be read here.

Tim and his wife Cindi, a professor in the School of Education at Liberty University, live in Lynchburg with their three children.

We are confident that Tim's background, combined with his passion to champion the plight of those who are forgotten and discarded, will enable him to courageously lead Freedom 4/24 and the many individuals who so selflessly donate their time and efforts to this organization. We fully support Tim as he works to continue the mission and further the impact of Freedom 4/24.



The Board of Directors of Freedom 4/24