Since co-founding SeQuential in 2003, Tyson has helped develop a network of 85+ biodiesel retailers in OR and WA, as well as a division that collects the spent cooking oil used to produce the company’s own fuel
Tyson is driven to make a positive impact on reducing carbon emissions, to stimulate local economies, and to reduce dependence on fossil fuels. Under Tyson’s leadership, SeQuential has grown into one of the largest and longest-running biodiesel production facilities on the West Coast, employing more than 200 people. Tyson holds a Bachelor of Science in Planning, Policy and Management from the University of Oregon.
Tyson’s passion for building a better energy model is a result of his goals of improving the lives of his family, friends, and neighbors on the earth. When he is not working, Tyson surrounds himself with his family, a good book, and time on the open waters sailing.
“My favorite part about my job is the amazing team of talented, dedicated and inspirational people that I get to collaborate with on a daily basis in our effort to build a better energy model.”