Olympic Silver Medalist, Founder of Fencing in the Schools and TV correspondent
Olympic Fencer Tim Morehouse is a Silver Medalist and three-time Olympic Team member, as well as an entrepreneur, business consultant, speaker, TV host and author. Dedicated to spreading the power of his sport, Morehouse has spearheaded the growth and development of fencing in the USA through his non-profit foundation, Fencing in the Schools, and innovative tech startup, Morehouse Revolution. Between his school assemblies, national TV appearances and speaking engagements, Morehouse has been able to uplift and educate hundreds of thousands of children and adults nationwide.
Drawing on his experience as a Teach for America alumnus and Olympian, in 2011 Morehouse founded Fencing in the Schools, a non-profit program dedicated to bringing the sport of fencing to under-served communities throughout the country. Fencing in the Schools is currently the largest introductory fencing program in the country serving over 10,000 students with plans to double in size in the upcoming year. As a result of his work advocating for and empowering youth, Morehouse has been honored by the White House as a Champion For Change and has fenced with President Obama on the White House lawn and Fencing in the Schools.