Tyler Jaeckel was a Program Director with GPL, where he led a team working on projects across the country. As a Fellow with the GPL, Tyler helped launch Denver’s Pay for Success Initiative, which aims to house at least 250 formerly homeless individuals who were high users of safety net services. He continued to work with the City of Denver and with GPL fellows in Illinois, Texas, New Mexico, and Washington. He has worked in various levels of government, including the Office of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the New York City Department of Small Business Services, the Senate Banking Committee, and the Executive Office of the President. Tyler received a JD from New York University Law School and an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School. He is originally from Colorado and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Northwestern University.