Jim Tyler ('86) a former All-America distance runner, joined the Monogram Club board as a director in 2005. A 1986 Notre Dame
graduate in mechanical engineering Tyler worked as
a quality control temp for IBM before joining the
Air Force's Officer Training Program. His time in
the Air Force allowed him to continue training as a
competitive runner while he also earned his MBA
from Central Michigan University ('94) through a
special postgraduate program arranged by the Air Force.
During eight years serving as an officer in the Air Force
he met his wife Karen and first became involved with
E.A.P.C. a 55-person firm that specializes in medical
and higher-education project design. He first served
as a staff mechanical engineer with E.A.P.C. before
becoming a co-owner starting in 2000. Tyler currently
resides in Bismarck, N.D.