Tyler has spent the last ten years working with indigenous communities in the Amazon developing economic development and rainforest conservation programs. Having started as a 19 year old researching Amazonian languages, he grew to build his organization, RUNA, into one of the leading social change organizations in the Amazon, supporting over 20,000 indigenous people. Tyler has been recognized as a Forbes 30 Under 30 Entrepreneur and RUNA is on Inc Magazine's 500 Fastest Growing Companies in America list for 2015. He has been featured in Richard Branson's book "Screw Business as Usual", and in Fast Company, National Geographic, and Men's Fitness. [+]
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