Tyler Corder works as a global controls advisor for one of the world’s largest publicly traded energy providers and chemical manufacturers and is a Certified Public Accountant. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 2014 with a B.B.A. in Accounting (Certificate in Energy Finance) and from the University of Houston in 2018 with a M.S. in Accounting (Certificate in Taxation). Tyler was a 2019 Conservative Partnership Institute Haggerty Richardson Fellow and is currently a 2021 Heritage Foundation Academy Fellow. 


After graduating from Texas A&M, he worked for a startup energy tax consulting company, which was acquired in late 2015. He continued to work for the new company until 2018 when he went to work for ExxonMobil as an Internal Auditor in their Downstream / Midstream segments. Tyler is involved as a Precinct Chair in the Houston Heights, an Emerging Leader in Energy with IPAA (Independent Petroleum Association of America), and as the Programming Chair of the Baker Institute’s Young Professional Round Table. Tyler also serves as Co-President of his company’s 1400+ member corporate Texas A&M Club. 


Tyler has been published in Bloomberg Law and the Houston Courant. 


Tyler can be reached at [email protected]