Tyler Cullis joined NIAC in March 2014 as a Policy Associate. In this position, he provides legislative and advocacy outreach, research and writing, and legal analysis.
Tyler is a recent law graduate of the Boston University School of Law, where he specialized in the U.S. sanctions on Iran and the Iran nuclear issue. His writings have appeared at CNN’s Global Public Square, LobeLog, Muftah, and Truthout, and he is preparing for publication a law review article on the UN resolutions regarding Iran.
Prior to entering law school, Tyler also had considerable experience as an organizer at United for Peace and Justice, a broad peace coalition opposing the Iraq War.
Tyler lives in Washington, DC, with his wife, Shahrzad.