At age 3, Tim Hebert had big dreams of growing up to become a superhero. He pictured donning the cape, harnessing his innate ability to fly and warding off evil to protect the innocent. He had all the characteristics needed to become a successful superhero—high energy, a love of adventure and a devout admiration for the greatest superhero of all time… Wolverine.

Somewhere along the way—and after many failed attempts to fly—Tim learned that superpowers can come in all shapes and sizes and committed to his personal mission of lighting a fire in the hearts and minds of those around him.

Tim is focused on the wake he leaves behind, particularly on how small moments made today can lead to a brighter future tomorrow. As CEO and President of Atrion, a leading IT services firm, Tim is committed to expounding on the importance of fusing business and technology and propelling Atrion to become a top 1 percent organization.

At the helm of Atrion, he is responsible for identifying ways to expand the company’s array of technology services, forging strategic partnerships and creating lasting impact by being a responsible leader, enabling others to reach their leadership potential and conceptualizing workforce development models and frameworks.

Both inside and outside of Atrion’s corporate walls, Tim has emerged as a well-regarded speaker, author, workshop leader and facilitator on personal and professional leadership topics. His approach to leadership has been featured in countless publications from IDG to CRN to Processor Magazine.

Most recently Tim has been accepted into the IDG Contributor Network, of which he is a regular blogger. Tim is also a prolific blogger for the Atrion website.

Tim also serves on the advisory councils for many corporations including Cisco Systems, BlueCoat, and Nimsoft. Tim is on the Board of Directors of the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation and Thielsch Engineering; a member of the Rhode Island Commodores; and a member of the Rhode Island Public Expenditure Council.

A champion of leadership development, he devotes his time and energy to supporting the Rhode Island STEM center and initiatives across the state.



  • He has run the Inca Trail in the Andes to Machu Picchu, and witnessed the Aurora Borealis
  • He believes that everyone is a leader, and they have the responsibility to rise to the call of duty
  • He has learned to overcome the daily struggles associated with his dyslexia to become an accomplished author, blogger and publisher
  • He “pays it forward” regularly, from performing random acts of kindness for strangers to launching state-wide talent development programs
  • He summited Mt. Kilimanjaro in October of 2015
  • His favorite bands include: Depeche Mode, Joy Division and One-Eyed Doll
  • He can subsist on 11 Diet Cokes a day and little food
  • He prefers to take the path less traveled
  • He has served his country as a member of the United States Air Force