Timothy T. Moore
I started my career as a Tool and Die Maker apprentice. In spite of working fulltime, going to school and raising a family, I was able to earn journeyman’s card at the age of 21. My training in that program taught me that with a blueprint and a plan, I could build virtually anything. While many of my contemporaries were satisfied with that experience, I knew there was something better for me.
After studying at Wayne State, I moved on to become an educator, inventor and Sales Engineer with Mitutoyo Tools to handle 11 Western States as my territory.
In the mid 1970’s I was recruited by my family to help them establish a pizza franchise. We grew from one store, to multiple locations, and eventually parlayed our success to become one of the first black owned businesses to operate in a major municipal convention center.
For almost 40 years, Pizza Queen trained and inspired young people in the city of Detroit. From this experience, Global Deregulated Services and UIN, its media division was born. My training as an educator, project manager, and entrepreneur has prepared me to lead UIN.
UIN’s position in the IPTV industry allows everyday people who can see the vision, the opportunity to gain vital information and to create wealth for themselves, their families and their community. I will use my experience to make UIN a company for today and the digital world of the future.