Tyler received a Masters in Public Policy from the Heller School of Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University, with a concentration in Women’s and Gender Studies. His studies and research at Heller were focused on increasing funding, availability, and quality of support services for male victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Prior to attending Heller, Tyler received a BA in Classics from the University of Rochester, where he researched the impact of sociological influences on individual writing styles and genre classifications. With additional experience in technology, education, and politics, he strives to bring an intersectional perspective and interdisciplinary approach to his research and policy work. As a Research Fellow at EFI, Tyler is currently focusing on the impact of decision-making approaches to global sustainability.