Born October 26, 1986, in Houston, Texas, to Earl and Reuna Campbell. Tyler recalls life- changing words learned from his father at an early age, “A Campbell Never Quits.” When confronted with life’s obstacles, these words provided strength and encouragement. Tyler received a football Scholarship to San Diego State University in 2005. While attending SDSU, he was a consistent scholar athlete and contributed mightily on the gridiron for the Aztecs.
The tides of life came rolling in during his junior year when he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Tyler became the first individual to play division one college football with the disease. After graduating from SDSU in 2009, Tyler moved back to Austin. He was awarded the honor of becoming an ambassador for The National MS Society in 2011. An entrepreneur in his own right, Tyler travels the country delivering empowering, inspiring and motivating messages of resiliency and self-worth. Coining the phrase “TC Speaks”, Tyler hosts his own on-air radio show every Saturday from 12pm-1pm CST on 104.9 The Horn FM in Austin.