Tiffany has a Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University. Her research interests center around the applications of technology in developing regions, with a focus on solar energy. She is particularly interested in the intersection of technology, policy, and entrepreneurship, and is pursuing a Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy certificate with the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. Tiffany has worked on diverse projects including the development of a solar-powered vaccine transport camel saddle system for rural communities in Ethiopia and Kenya, a survey study on the factors that influence the adoption of solar powered lanterns in Kenya, an outreach program for refugee youth in conjunction with the International Rescue Committee, and an exchange program with a research lab in Nigeria. She speaks six languages, has traveled to over 35 countries, and enjoys photography, music, and cafe couture in her spare time.