Tyler now serves as Vice President, Total Health Partnerships at Kaiser Permanente – the leading integrated health delivery system in the United States.
For three decades, Tyler has served as a social entrepreneur and trusted advisor to philanthropies, health systems, governments, NGO's and collaborative partnerships working to improve the health of people and places. His work in the public, private, non-profit and civic sectors has included initiatives with over 400 communities and organizations in the United States and internationally.
As a volunteer, Tyler remains active as Board Chair of IP3; Convener of Advancing the Movement and Community Commons; a Fellow of the Public Health Institute; and a Board member of the Food Commons. Tyler is also co-founder of the High Desert Center for Sustainable Studies in Paonia, Colorado and the Kuhiston Foundation in Dushanbe, Tajikistan (Central Asia.) He earned his Master in Divinity degree from Naropa University (2011) and BA in World Political Economy from The Colorado College (1982.) Tyler is engaged in projects in the Middle East, having once led an international NGO there, the Abraham Path Initiative, under the auspices of Harvard University.