Timm Martin is co-founder of Mini-Tools, an Ohio USA company that delivers software tools for Windows.  Timm is also co-founder of Novy Domains, a Wisconsin company that sells premium .CO Internet domains.  Timm is founder of Tiwebb, a Kentucky web publishing company.  Timm is founder of XevXev, a Kentucky software development and intellectual property company.  And Timm is co-founder of Little Wolf Nature Preserve, a private preserve in the Daniel Boone National Forest in southern Kentucky.

Previously, Timm was co-founder and CTO of Giage/Copernus, a software company focused on enterprise information management. While at Copernus, Timm received a patent for selective inheritance in an object-oriented environment. Before that, Timm was U.S. Workstation Architect for Procter & Gamble, a Fortune-50 global consumer products company, where Timm was responsible for establishing regional software and hardware standards. In college, Timm wrote SID, a file management utility for the Commodore Amiga that gained a cult following. Timm graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of South Florida in 1991.

Timm lives in the beautiful rolling hills of rural Kentucky with his wife Theresa and their dogs.