Timothy J. Belber, JD and AEP is the Founder & Principal of The Alchemia Group LLC 

Tim focuses his practice on helping self-made families align the power of their financial assets with their long-term goals for flourishing as individuals and families across generations. Tim earned a business degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a law degree at night from Seton Hall University. 

Tim is a member of The Legacy Wealth Coach Network (2000) and The Copper Beech Tree Society (2004), a founding member of The Collaboration for Family Flourishing (2006), and a dean of the Purposeful Planning Institute. He speaks frequently on the subject of incorporating ethics and values into long term financial and estate plans.He’s the author of the book The Middle Way as well as several articles on these subjects and has been quoted in periodicals such as the Wall Street Journal. 

Tim has been married to Donna for 37 years and together they have been friend and guardian to numerous dogs. Tim is an avid fly fisherman, cyclist, reader and traveler. He speaks fluent Italian.


Community Foundation Spark Session: The Community Foundation’s Role Among a Family’s Professional Advisors

Posted on October 20, 2016 by Laura J. Brown, Rod Riggins, Timothy J. Belber, Tony Macklin

Most philanthropic families use multiple vehicles and a range of professional advisors to realize their mission and goals – including partnering with community foundations. How should a community foundation understand its role within that “team” of support? What are ways that community foundations add unique value and expertise in this mix? … Read More