Tyler Newman is a junior studying design and creative writing at Stanford University.

She is a multidisciplinary creative passionate about the intersections of storytelling and design. Through story-centered creative exploration, she seeks to probe the topics of identity and equity as well as create opportunities for communal introspection.

She is the founder of Afro Puff Chronicles, an 11k+ member online community empowering women of color through art and writing. She is also the co-founder of the Women of Color Conference, a virtual summit providing educational panels and scholarships—made possible through a partnership with Boba Guys—to an audience of over 5,000 young changemakers. During her COVID gap year, she founded The Year of Mastery, a gap year community by students, for students that provides a gap year curriculum based on monthly passion exploration. She is a winner of the Princeton Prize in Race Relations and was listed as one of the Conversationalist’s honorees in Media & Journalism. Tyler has spoken at over 20 industry events on GenZ trends, technology, and the arts, including Google's Thread Count Conference, the Facebook x Instagram Civic Forum, Instagram's Story School, and Instagram Next during her time as an Instagram Teen Consultant. She was interviewed for the primetime CBS news pieces “Royal Wedding Special” interviewed by Michelle Miller and "Meghan and Harry Plus One" interviewed by Gayle King.