Introducing Tyler Barth, Find Your Grind Advisor
“The Future of education has been so exciting. Access to tech and unlimited data has inspired a new wave of schooling across the world and the future jobs market has never looked so drastically different. With programs like FYG, educators have resources that are able to impact students at a pivotal point in their lives. I’m personally inspired by the curriculum’s ability to help kids determine who they are and what they are most passionate about, while also helping them identify the career path they might want to pursue. This is a huge step in the right direction for educators and students who look to access the latest tools available so they are able to maximize everyone’s potential with the time they are spending in and out of the classroom!”Tyler Barth, Find Your Grind Advisor
Tyler is a Los Angeles native, a father of two little girls, entertainment industry veteran, deal maker, community builder and a big believer in investing for a better world. He is founder and partner of Legacy House Ventures where he is an active investor supporting founders with impact-focused businesses. Legacy House Ventures’ portfolio currently includes sustainable consumer goods and services and projects focused on Edtech, Fintech, Health and Wellness and Cleantech.
Tyler has been a Strategic Advisor for Guggenheim Partners for the past seven years, working with CIO Scott Minerd, responsible for making introductions in the finance, entertainment, media, and ESG verticals to help grow and support their $400B AUM. As VP of Marketing, Business Development, and Entertainment Relations for Blue Microphones, Tyler helped to build the brand into a market leader in consumer audio, selling to Logitech in 2018. Working to mentor and influence the next global generation of philanthropists and entrepreneurs, Tyler is heavily involved with the NEXUS Global Summit, Milken’s Young Leaders Circle, and the Young Investors Organization. His non-profit work focuses on global health initiatives and he is a Member of the Ubuntu Council for Charlize Theron’s Africa Outreach Project, Co-President and Board Member for City of Hope’s Future Hope Committee, and has served as an Ambassador for the Prostate Cancer Foundation over the past two decades. In his early career, Tyler worked at Creative Artists Agency, managed international bands and musicians, and was an executive in private equity. He has his B.B.A from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado.