Tim Keller was elected New Mexico State Auditor in 2014. From 2009 to 2014, he served in New Mexico's State Senate. As a Senator, Tim introduced over 100 measures and successfully passed 30 pieces of legislation. Some of his most significant passed legislation includes a 40% solar tax credit, the ability for communities to use their school facilities 24/7, and sweeping reform of the State Investment Council along with one billion dollars of tax incentives to improve accountability, transparency, and effectiveness.
Before serving in the legislature, Tim co-founded a social enterprise, Data Digital Divide (DDD), which extends help to land mine victims and other disadvantaged people in Cambodia. DDD has over 500 employees and was ranked by Fast Company magazine as a Top Innovator as well as being profiled in the best-selling book The World Is Flat by Tom Friedman.