Tyler Wigg-Stevenson serves as Director of the Two Futures Project. An author
and ordained Baptist preacher with nearly a decade of experience in nuclear weapons issues, he also directs policy for Faithful Security, a national multi-faith coalition working to reduce the nuclear threat, and sits on the Board of Directors for the Global Security Institute and the Steering Committee for Evangelicals for Human Rights.
Tyler formerly served as Study Assistant to John Stott and Projects Director
for the late U.S. Senator Alan Cranston. His writing has appeared in publications including Relevant, Christianity Today, Sojourners, YouthWorker Journal, and the Christian Science Monitor, and he is the guest contributing editor of the nuclear-focus Spring 2009 Yale Divinity School journal, Reflections. A graduate of Swarthmore College and Yale Divinity School, he currently lives in Nashville with his wife, Natalie.