Fellows

The Haggerty-Richardson Fellowship brings together a selective group of promising young conservative professionals who are interested in maximizing their influence in the conservative movement as leaders, philanthropists and engaged citizens.

Tyler Corder

Tyler Corder is the Global Technology Controls Advisor at ExxonMobil in Baytown, TX 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). He serves as President-elect of the ExxonMobil Texas A&M Club and on the University of Houston recruiting team. 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. Tyler is involved as a Precinct Chair in the Houston Heights, an Emerging Leader in Energy with IPAA (Independent Petroleum Association of America), and the Membership Chair of Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Liberty Leadership Council Houston Chapter and is a part of the Baker Institute’s Young Professional Round Table on the Energy Subcommittee.