S. Tyler Wright is originally from Covington, Ohio. Throughout high school and college Tyler worked for seven years at a large institutional pharmacy.
After graduating with a degree in Multi-Media Development Tyler worked as a Media Producer for a mega church. After an offer to work as Director of Development for a grass roots organization in the mountains of Haiti, Tyler made several trips to Haiti and still considers it his second home. After the Earthquake in 2010, Tyler was instrumental with helping twelve children enter the United States on humanitarian parole, and then finally the adoption process. In 2011, Tyler joined a local non-profit as a senior management member, where services included food pantries to community development, GED classes, medical supplies, furniture assistance, and many other services. Tyler had a short stint working in the retail world working as a Men’s Suit Specialist and Assistant Manager at Nordstrom. In 2017 Tyler entered the legal community when he joined at the Dayton Bar Association as the Continuing Legal Education Coordinator. Tyler currently serves on the Global Christian Mission Outreach Board, the Covington Education Foundation Board and the Montgomery County ADAMHS Board.
Today, Tyler is the Public Information Officer for Montgomery County Probate Court. He is responsible for developing and executing the court’s public information and communication strategy. Tyler is vital to ensuring the public’s fair and equal access to the court by supporting the court’s mission, vision, values, and goals. Because Tyler has a wide variety of duties, his role as the Public Information Officer is unique from other Public Information Officers in Montgomery County. He is actively involved in employee engagement programs, partners with the Court Administrator in technology projects, and serves as the lead team member in managing the audio/visual digital courtroom recording system. His leadership and participation are vital to the success of the Probate Court.
While his journey began north of Dayton, Tyler currently resides in the Fire Blocks District in downtown Dayton. Tyler is excited about the economic development happening in Dayton and is a fan of supporting local businesses. He spends his spare time with family and friends, hiking, and singing in his church choir.
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