Tyler Fisher is the Sr. Director of Policy and Partnerships at Unite America, a Denver-based nonpartisan organization committed to establishing a more representative and functional government by investing in electoral reforms and supporting pragmatic candidates from both parties. In his role, Tyler oversees the organization’s research, philanthropic approach, and reform movement building efforts. Tyler’s current work in politics builds off past experience working for reform organizations as well as engaging across the political aisle. He has spent time recruiting millennials to run for Congress, building a bipartisan policy organization on college campuses, and working at Change.Org on an online endorsement platform. Prior to joining Unite America, Tyler was a business transformation consultant with IBM where he worked with Fortune 500 companies in the travel and transportation industry. Diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Tyler has sought to normalize mental health conversations and advocated for changes that put patients first. He is the author of the “Bipartisan and Bipolar” newsletter, and speaks publicly on his experience as a patient. Tyler grew up in upstate New York and attended George Mason University where he received degrees in both government and economics. Tyler lives in Denver, Colorado where he enjoys the opportunity to ski, bike, golf, camp, and read.