Tyler GentryVice President of Business Attraction
Arizona Commerce Authority
Under the direction of the Arizona Commerce Authority, chaired by Governor Doug Ducey, Tyler is advocating for companies to explore the State of Arizona for future business expansion and relocation. Prior to public service, Tyler had a successful career consulting Fortune 500 companies on performance improvement issues ranging from employee engagement, channel acceleration, and customer loyalty. His clients included General Electric, Johnson & Johnson, Intel, and Safeway. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Wyoming and a Masters of Business Administration with an emphasis in human resources and marketing from Keller Graduate School of Management in Chicago. Tyler is married and a proud father of five children. He resides in Ahwatukee, Arizona, a community in southern Phoenix. In his limited spare time, he enjoys running, hiking, cycling, and a quality of life in Arizona that's simply unmatched.
- Why are large financial services, insurance, and tech companies moving operations from Tier 1 to Tier 2 markets
- How does a corporation create an internal business case and successfully communicate and execute a strategy within the organization
- What does a corporation need to do to implement a process to vet strategic locations, cities, workforces, and government incentives
- How does a state and city size-up a significant project and rally to help support a company’s need and decision