Tyler (E.I.T) saw a great fit working for Makers Making Change as he has had a lifelong passion to develop devices that were designed with the user at the forefront. Tyler has lived with type one diabetes since he was 7 and has used medical devices ever since. His frustrations with these medical devices not consulting users during the design process and having features difficult for users fed his drive to want to create. Tyler started working as a student while finishing up his degree in mechanical engineering and now has transitioned to a full time employee for the R&D team. Tyler’s favorite device is the MMC60 adaptive switch. He loves this device as it allows alternative access to devices for users, is often peoples first build event experience with mmc, and has a neat flexure design.