As a native North Carolinian, Tyler gained a passion for redistricting reform after learning about the gerrymandered voting districts he would be voting in when he first became eligible to vote. Tyler graduated from UNCG with a bachelor’s degree in political science and sociology. Since then, he has worked with Democracy NC and the League of Women Voters of NC on redistricting reform initiatives.
He previously served as the Project Management Assistant for Fair Districts NC, a coalition of organizations, led by the League of Women Voters of NC, working to end gerrymandering in the state. Last year, he joined Common Cause NC as a Redistricting Specialist focusing on educating NC voters and monitoring the North Carolina General Assembly’s redistricting process. Now, he is the Policy and Civic Engagement Manager for Common Cause NC.
While continuing to advocate for redistricting reform, Tyler monitors county boards of elections throughout the state and assists with Common Cause NC’s non-partisan election protection work.