Fellow:Tyler Waugh

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Tyler Waugh is a University Innovation Fellow and an undergraduate student studying Finance at Morgan State University (MSU). 

His education is focused on investment finance, corporate finance, financial markets, and capital management. Tyler is originally from Nyack Village, NY, where he lived until 2001 when he moved to Baltimore, MD, where he has been for the rest of his life. He chose to attend Morgan State University to pursue a career in coporate law until he was excited by the financial sector through a trip to Principal Financial Group in Des Moines, IA his freshman year as a part of the Graves Honors program at Morgan. Since then, Tyler has been dedicated to pursuing a financial career in the Graves School of Business and Management (GSBM) and it was in the GSBM that Tyler was exposed to the University Innovation Fellows.

On campus, Tyler is involved with a number of groups and opportunities. He is the treasurer of the Investment Club, the treasurer of the Blockchain Club, and an entrepeneur funded through Morgan State's partnership with the small business incubator "Y-Combinator". He works for the university as a peer tutor in subjects such as finance and economics. In his spare time he focuses on his small business and enjoys learning about history and politics. 

From a young age, Tyler was interested in business but he was also involved in music heavily. He learned to play several instruments during his time as a band student in middle and highschool, playing saxophone, baritone, and sousaphone. Currently, on campus Tyler is interested in sharing opportunities with his fellow students on campus, for example, the investment clubs stock market challenge, the various visitors to the MSU school of business, and more across all disciplines.