Tim Foley is the Executive Vice President of Operations in support of Coldwell Banker Realty. In this role, Foley is responsible for driving essential business unit functions, and implementing practices to leverage the company’s scale, optimize processes to enable Coldwell Banker Realty’s field sales organization to drive organic growth, and provide valuable services for agents to live truly exceptional lives.
Foley works directly with key leadership responsible for driving essential business unit functions involving field and product marketing, tools adoption, strategic initiatives, central processing, commission analytics and independent contract relations, as well as business intelligence. He also supports the development of Lead Generation, which drives internet, relocation and affinity group leads to agents as well as Property Frameworks, the business arm that oversees property and REO asset management.
Foley joined NRT from J.P. Morgan Asset Management, where he most recently served as Managing Director of Global Client Services. In this role, Foley was responsible for leading the creation and delivery of an industry-leading digital platform to transform Global Client Reporting. Earlier in his career, with both GE Capital and Chase Home Lending, Foley spent more than a decade serving the real estate industry in various leadership roles spanning product development, marketing and operations. In these roles, Foley created cutting-edge products and services, found creative ways to reduce costs and improve productivity, and consistently collaborated with internal and external partners to enhance the value proposition and drive profitable market share gains.
Prior to his career with J.P. Morgan, he spent more than eight years with GE Capital where he focused on providing capital solutions to the top 100 real estate lenders in the United States. While there, he was selected by the CEO to lead the global implementation of a primary GE business initiative: Six Sigma Customer Quality and was responsible for generating operating leverage through customer-focused, business-wide initiatives.
Foley began his career in International Brand Marketing with MCI Corporation where he was responsible for management of advertising, pricing, promotions, cross-selling and product development for MCI Card activities in the U.S. and overseas.
Prior to that time, he served as a Diplomatic Aide for the United States Department of State in Vatican City and was responsible for daily collection, analysis, and reporting of political affairs to the ambassador and other diplomats.
Foley earned a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from the University of California, Santa Barbara. He achieved a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University.