As a Director at Oxeon, Tyler leads executive search engagements and client relationships across the spectrum of healthcare technology and services. His client experience is wide ranging, as he has worked with leaders of seed stage businesses up through large, publicly traded companies. This includes companies in various healthcare verticals such as care delivery, provider and payer technology, and consumer healthcare. Functionally, his experience includes general management, business development, operations, clinical, finance, and more. Additionally, Tyler is involved with key internal strategy and operations initiatives focused on improving client experience. Prior to joining Oxeon, Tyler was an Associate in Egon Zehnder’s Healthcare practice. In this role he was primarily focused on helping large, global pharmaceutical clients navigate leadership challenges ranging from executive search, to benchmarking and succession planning. He was also the Chief of Staff to the Head of the US Healthcare Practice, where he managed several key internal initiatives such as recruiting, team development, marketing and business development strategy, budgeting, and knowledge management. He joined Oxeon in early 2015 drawn to the company’s mission of making people healthier, and working in a highly collaborative and invested nature. Tyler uses his 7+ years of executive search and leadership consulting experience to bring exceptional talent to clients, and has seen first-hand how strong leaders can directly and positively impact the trajectory of an organization.
Originally from New Jersey, Tyler graduated with a BS in Economics from Bentley University in Massachusetts. He studied in Melbourne, Australia, and currently lives in New York City. Outside of work, Tyler is an enthusiastic Yankee and (unfortunately) Jets fan. He also plays baseball himself during the spring and summer in Central Park with his team, the Legends – and is quick to invite you out to a game not only because Central Park is a fantastic place to spend a nice day, but also to show you that he’s still has a solid curveball.