Tricia Montalvo Timm


TV Interviews

“Embrace Your True Self” with Jessica Vilchis on NBC California Live!

Celebrando a la Mujer: Tricia Montalvo Timm rompe barreras en el mundo corporativo.


Tricia Montalvo Timm on Board Seats, Investing, and Wearing Many Hats

Tricia Montalvo Timm is a first-generation Latina board director, venture investor and speaker. She is on a mission to inspire anyone who has ever felt like an “other” in the workplace to embrace their true selves.

-The WIE Suite

The Power of Authenticity: A Latina Executive Shares Her Story

Corporate lawyer Tricia Montalvo Timm shares how she stopped downplaying her identity as a first-generation Latina woman and mother and embraced her full self at work.


The Perfectionism Pitfall: Why It Holds Women Leaders Back and How to Break the Cycle

The first step toward believing you are enough is examining why you didn’t think you were enough in the first place.


I Can No Longer Stay Quiet: We Can Do Better

Tricia Montalvo Timm is the former General Counsel and Executive Sponsor of Diversity, Equity at Inclusion and Looker Data Sciences, Inc.

-Press Banner

Is Bringing Your Whole Self to Work a Trap?

The idea of being more “authentic” in the workplace has become increasingly popular. But for mothers, it can come with consequences.

-Marie Claire

Five Ways To Build Healthy Boundaries

As a first-generation Latina working as a corporate attorney, creating healthy boundaries was not something I knew how to do for most of my career.

-Minority Business Entrepreneur

Embracing Identity is the Key to Successfully Creating an Inclusive Workplace

Many people, especially women and people of color, can find it difficult to truly be themselves at work. Tricia Montalvo Timm, a first-generation Latina and board member of Salsify, discusses the challenges of embracing your own identity and what employers can do to eliminate barriers and fully support employees exactly as they are.

– Abf Journal

How Women Lead's Latina in Sight Initiative to Drive Representation and Break Barriers for Latina Leaders

How Women Lead, a powerful community of more than 15,000 accomplished women executives working to redefine female leadership in the 21^st century, has focused efforts to mobilize 1,000 Latinas to break barriers and drive representation for Latina leadership in business through its Latinas in Sight initiative.


Knowing Your Self-Worth Is Vital for Both Work Life And Home Life

You are enough. Three simple words can change the way you look at yourself. Those three simple words can change how you show up in the world. Three simple words that give you permission to make mistakes and still be okay.


-Ms.Career Girl

Diversity In The Boardroom: How To Cultivate Inclusivity

As a CEO or board member, you have an opportunity to address some of these concerns right from the start to ensure a smooth transition for your new board. Here are 5 strategies you can do to help create a more inclusive boardroom.

-Ceoworld Magazine

Tricia Timm on Embrace the Power of You Exclusive Interview

Why is this subject, “Embrace the Power of You,” important in the world?
Latinos are the largest and fastest-growing ethnic group in the US and are a driving economic force in our country, contributing over $2.8 trillion to GDP.

-USA Wire

Women Of The C-Suite: Tricia Montalvo Timm On The Five Things You Need To Succeed As A Senior Executive

The Importance of Networking. Growing up, my parents told me to keep my head down and work hard. I thought that if I did that, I would be successful in everything I did.

-Authority Magazine

Tricia Montalvo Timm’s Journey Battling Feelings of Otherness in the Workplace

As a first-generation Latina, corporate lawyer Tricia Montalvo Timm grew accustomed to feeling different than her other co-workers in the workplace.


Tricia Timm Builds Legal From Scratch

As an attorney and mom, Tricia Timm hasn’t allowed the male-dominated Silicon Valley to affect her growth

-Hispanic Executive

A woman of influence: Tricia Timm sees how diversity and inclusion positively impacts people

This is an interview with one of the 100 outstanding Silicon Valley professionals selected to be in the 2020 class of Women of Influence.

-Silicon Valley Business Journal

Tricia Timm led Looker Data Science through a very big deal with Google

Tricia Timm nearly left the legal world not long ago, but stayed when she saw how big of a difference she could make.

-Silicon Valley Business Journal


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