Tim White was recruited by the leadership of Kaye Bassman in 2004 to spearhead the development of the Private Wealth Management Practice. From 1999 to 2004, Tim served as Vice President of Marketing for Leading Edge Technologies, Inc. LET pioneered the use of GPS technology in the golf industry, enabling golfers to determine distances to the green and other points on the course. This technology is now used in products like SkyCaddie. In 1995, Tim founded Pulse Charge Systems, Inc. PCS incorporated a patented process that significantly improved battery life into industrial battery charging equipment. PCS was sold in 1999 to Pulse Tech Products. In 1989, Tim acquired Poweright Products, Inc. in a leveraged buyout. PPI was later sold to Megger, a global provider of electric test equipment and measuring instruments for electrical power applications. Tim began his professional career at Merrill Lynch and served as a financial advisor with Kidder, Peabody, Lehman Brothers and Drexel Burnham Lambert. Tim received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Princeton University in 1978. Tim has three adult children and is active with the Princeton Alumni Association, Friends of Princeton Football, Rush Creek Yacht Club, the USGA, and the Kaye/Bassman Foundation.