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A Wider Bridge: Tyler Gregory

Tyler (Tye) Gregory envisions a progressive America that recognizes that commitments to Israel’s future and social justice and equality go hand in hand. Since 2018, Tye has served as the Executive Director of A Wider Bridge, the LGBTQ organization advancing equality in Israel, and equality for Israel. At AWB, Tye partners with talented colleagues and board members to advance LGBTQ rights in Israel, and demonstrate Israel’s value for progressive LGBTQ Americans.

Previously, Tye served for three years as the Deputy Director of A Wider Bridge, managing the development and programming portfolios of the organization.Before AWB, Tye spent several years working in the AIPAC Political Department (the American Israel Public Affairs Committee) in San Francisco, America’s pro-Israel lobby. Tye is an alumnus of the Schusterman Fellowship, and is in the third cohort of Leading Edge’s CEO Onboarding Program. He is a native of San Diego, California, and a graduate of the University of California, Davis — where he served as Chapter President of Alpha Epsilon Pi, the international Jewish Fraternity.


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Yom Ha’atzmaut, LGBTQ Pride, and Our Shared Journeys to Freedom (A Wider Bridge / April 19, 2018)
Ringing in the New Year with New Leadership (A Wider Bridge / December 14, 2017)
We Can’t Use the ‘Z’ Word! World Jewish Congress and AWB Host Discussion – How Can We Bring Zionism Back into the LGBT Discourse? (World Jewish Congress / October 30, 2017)
Israeli Ministry Submits Reversal to Gay Couples Adoption Opposition (A Wider Bridge / August 30, 2017)
What’s the Matter With Chicago? (Tablet / August 21, 2017)
Jewish Group Marches in Halifax Pride Parade Following BDS Attempt to Remove All Mentions of Israel (A Wider Bridge / July 27, 2017)
Orthodox LGBTQ Community Puts Out AWB-Impact Funded Campaign (A Wider Bridge / July 21, 2017)
U.S. Jewish LGBT Leaders Slam Israeli Adoption Policy as ‘Blatantly Homophobic’ (Haaretz / July 20, 2017)
A Wider Bridge Goes Millennial With New Executive Director (J Weekly / July 5, 2017)
A Wider Bridge Announces Leadership Change (Bay Area Reporter / May 18, 2017)
More than a Dream: The Freedom to Marry in Israel (A Wider Bridge / May 18, 2017)
A Wider Bridge Announces 2018 Leadership Transition (A Wider Bridge / April 26, 2017)
What a Difference a Year Makes: Creating Change 2017 (A Wider Bridge / January 27, 2017)
A Wider Bridge Allows LGBT Jews To Keep Faith (South Florida Gay News / January 18, 2017)
Taking on A Disturbing Trend (A Wider Bridge / November 9, 2016)
AWB Invited to Conversation with Reverend Jesse Jackson (A Wider Bridge / January 26, 2016)
LGBT Group Cancels Conference Reception with Israeli Activists (Washington Blade / January 18, 2016)
Top 10 Stories of 2015 (A Wider Bridge / December 30, 2015)
Who’s Who Queer Jew (Jerusalem Post / November 1, 2015)
We’re Growing! (A Wider Bridge / October 30, 2015)
Beyond the Bridge Launched in West Hollywood (A Wider Bridge / September 4, 2015)
Israel Detractors Fall Flat at UC Santa Cruz (A Wider Bridge / February 2, 2015)
A Wider Bridge at the White House (A Wider Bridge / December 19, 2014)
A Wider Bridge on The Voice of Israel (The Voice of Israel / November 6, 2014)
Hollywood Rabbi’s Words of Support (Jewish Journal / September 28, 2014)
Tyler Gregory Joins A Wider Bridge (A Wider Bridge / August 25, 2014)