Sitting in the nexus of policy and personnel, Tyler has helped build out the Roosevelt Institute’s Personnel is Policy Program. He has supported and connected campaigns to help put people who exemplify Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt’s vision of government in place. He has worked with the Congressional Progressive Caucus, in a congressional office, and as an advocate for progressive policy. He has a master’s in international affairs from the New School and a bachelor’s in political science from Vassar College. He lives in Atlanta, GA, with his wife and daughter.