Timothy Wolfinger is a medical claims adjuster at Farmers Insurance where he handles litigation for No-Fault auto insurance. In his role, he reviews lawsuits and arbitrations for New York, Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey venues. He coordinates settlements and prepares matters for pro-se arbitrations or referral to his branch legal counsel. When he is not handling claims, Timothy spearheads diversity and inclusion initiatives at the company by empowering employee resource groups, driving social responsibility and education through quarterly lunch and learns.
Timothy has always had a passion to better his community and ignites that passion through hands-on community engagement. He is a member of the East Orange County Kiwanis Club Foundation where he serves as the program manager of their service leaderships programs that are currently in 11 local public schools and universities. The service leadership programs are leadership and character-building programs that inspire students to partner with community leaders to plan and execute community service projects around hunger, homelessness, inclusion and sustainability. These service leadership programs are able to provide support throughout the community, partnering with groups such as Coalition for the Homeless, Zebra Coalition LBGTQ Support & Housing, 2nd Harvest Food Bank, Orange County Adopt-a-Road program, Harbor House and Ronald McDonald House.
A proud Floridian, Timothy was born and raised in Sarasota and went to college at the University of Central Florida where he studied Domestic Political Science and Leadership Studies.