Tyler is recognized for his dedication to the fraternity and making a difference in the lives of people living in medically underserved areas. During his time at the Rochester Institute of Technology he was initiated into the Theta Psi chapter. He graduated in 2017 with a degree in Biomedical Engineering and has gone on to have a successful career in the research and development sector. He is now working for LSI Solutions and in his job, he works on developing and testing new medical devices to be introduced into the surgical room. Through his work, he wants to make a positive impact on the community and world. He is most proud of earning his degree and the experiences he had in college such as organizing two successful Ability Experience fundraisers and continuing research in RIT’s volunteer lab to provide 3D-printed prosthetic replacements to those in need in underserved countries. He gives back to the fraternity by serving as Theta Psi’s Philanthropy Advisor and works to discover and develop new ways the chapter can continue to make an impact on those in need within the Rochester community. His experience in Pi Kappa Phi taught him to lead and work towards the betterment of others.