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Tiffany Taylor is from Gulfport, Mississippi. She graduated from the University of Chicago as a student marshal, the highest undergraduate academic honor, with majors in Political Science, Sociology, and Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies (Asian American Studies). During her undergraduate years, she founded two non-profits and studied and conducted research abroad in France, China, South Africa, South Korea, Zambia, and Tanzania. Her work experience includes having worked for the International Labour Organization as a Youth Journalist and also having completed internships at Google, Morgan Stanley, and Credit Suisse. Most recently, she was a Fulbright Fellow in Business Management in New Delhi, India where she conducted research on economic development and health issues.
Tiffany spent this past summer working in Santiago, Chile on research related to the effects of Boron on womenâ€™s health. She is now studying for a Master of Public Health in Epidemiology and Global Health from Columbia Universityâ€™s Mailman School of Public Health on a fellowship from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation.