Tyler Norris serves as Vice President, Total Health Partnerships at Kaiser Permanente. As a long time social entrepreneur, Tyler’s mission is improving the health of people and the sustained vitality of built, natural, food, and social environments.
Among his roles over the years: Tyler was founding President and CEO of Community Initiatives Inc.; founding Co-Chair of Advancing the Movement, founding Co-Chair of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s National Leadership Alliance; founding Director of what became the national “Convergence Partnership” (a consortium of philanthropies and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention focused on healthy eating, active living and sustainable agriculture), NAC Chair of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Active Living by Design initiative; Fellow of Estes Park institute, and Head Coach of the YMCA’s award-winning Pioneering Healthier Communities initiative. Over the years, he has been a consultant to scores of state, regional, and local “healthy community” partnerships and “co-benefit convergences” across the nation.
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