A Wider Bridge: Tyler Gregory

TylerGregory-Featured-1Tyler Gregory, Director of Programs and Development, joined the staff of A Wider Bridge in August 2014. Tye has spent the last several years working for AIPAC (the American Israel Public Affairs Committee), most recently as the Regional Deputy Political Director for the Pacific Northwest, partnering with a broad array of community members to advocate for a stronger U.S.- Israel relationship. Beyond his professional role, Tye is an active leader in both the Jewish and LGBTQ communities, including a leadership position in the Young Adult Division of the Jewish Community Federation (JCF). He is a recent graduate of the JCF’s LGBTQ Pathways to Leadership Program, a 9-month intensive program for emerging queer Jewish leaders in the San Francisco Bay Area. Tye is a graduate of the University of California, Davis, and remains active with Alpha Epsilon Pi.


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