I’m Tyler LePard, an accomplished digital strategist, advocate, and communications professional with a decade of experience working with nonprofits and private foundations. I excel at integrating digital and “traditional” communications, bridging the gap between digital natives and luddites.
I’m excited about using the power of the internet to connect people – whether it’s Millennials with Baby Boomers, potential donors with great causes, or people around the world who have similar interests. I’m a professional storyteller who lives in the digital world. I’m a grammar geek and a pop culture aficionado.
Doing good – locally, nationally, and globally – drives my work. I care about many issues related to social justice and fighting poverty, but advocating for women’s health and rights as been the main thread throughout my career.
I organized grassroots advocacy for the Humane Society of the United States, served patients at the Planned Parenthood of the Columbia Willamette, and interned with the Office for Women’s Interests & Outreach in President Clinton’s White House.
I’m on Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and Hawaiian Islands’ Board of Directors, volunteer as a hotline advocate for The CAIR Project, am the Assistant City Director for Lesbians Who Tech Seattle, and am on the board for the Pacific Association of Women Martial Artists.