Tyler is KFTC’s Tax Justice Organizer and supports our state-wide work to create a fairer and more equitable tax code. He is the co-owner of Homeplace High Adventure, an outdoor adventure guiding company that teaches backcountry skills and guides groups into the wilderness of eastern Kentucky. He grew up a 3rd generation flatlanding Floridian, often found catching alligators in the Everglades before moving to Lexington in 2012 with his now wife Cara. He has organized around ending modern slavery with the Coalition for Immokalee Workers, getting young people involved in the electoral process with the Florida YES Coalition, and passing comprehensive energy transition legislation with the Kentucky Student Environmental Coalition. He spends most of his free time playing in the Red River Gorge, planting fruit trees, and listening to podcasts.