Tyler Webb is a Research Fellow at the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.
Prior to working at Georgia Policy, Tyler was a Grassroots Engagement Director for Americans for Prosperity (AFP), working on political campaigns, policy analysis and teaching, and increasing community engagement in the political process.
Before AFP, he worked for the British Council in Beijing and was focused on education issues like cross country education agreements and examinations.
Tyler earned his Masters of Public Administration and Policy from American University and his Bachelor’s of Arts in Japanese Language and Literature from the University of Georgia. Outside of policy, he likes emerging technologies, video games and comics, and spending time with his wife and cat.