Dr. Tory Meyer grew up in Chappaqua, New York and received his bachelor of arts in Biology at Yale University. After taking a year to work and travel, he attended Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York and received his medical degree. Dr. Meyer did the rest of his medical and surgical training in Cincinnati, Ohio and is board certified in Pediatric Surgery and General Surgery. He moved to Austin in 2000 with his wife and 3 young children to become a partner at Austin Pediatric Surgery. He has served in many leadership positions at Children's Hospital of Austin and now Dell Children’s Medical Center, including Chief of the Surgical Council, Chief of Staff, and Pediatric Leadership Board Member. Dr. Meyer and his wife fell in love with the Hill Country soon after moving here and he joined the Board of Hill Country Conservancy in 2007 and became its President from 2013-2015, hoping to help preserve it. Dr. Meyer is also a co-founder Dell Children’s Surgical Global Outreach (DCSGO), a grassroots group of health professionals that do surgical mission work in Guatemala. In his free time, he loves hiking, biking, beer brewing, bee keeping, and paramotor.