Tiffany is an Environmental Planner for Vandenberg Space Force Base. She is new to civil service as of September 2021 when she transitioned from her role as a biologist supporting Vandenberg SFB through CEMML since 2016. Tiffany was born and raised in Oklahoma, received her B.S. (2005) in Biology from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma and completed her M.S. (2008) in Forest Resources with an emphasis in Wildlife Ecology and Management from the University of Arkansas at Monticello. Since this time Tiffany has worked in contractor positions for the Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Tinker Air Force Base, URS/AECOM in central coastal California, and CEMML/Vandenberg SFB. Tiffany joined NMFWA in 2016 and has enjoyed attending the annual workshops and meeting other DoD Natural Resources professionals. She has also served in many leadership roles for the California Central Coast Chapter of The Wildlife Society.
Tiffany is passionate about creating opportunities for people of all ages to connect with nature. She pursues this passion both at work and in her free time - creating a western snowy plover education program for 3rd graders, adopt-a-beach program, and other volunteer events for Vandenberg SFB and serving as an adult outdoor trainer and leader for 4th and 5th graders in her local Girl Scout Council. She is also up for almost any adventure and particularly enjoys riding her horse, running with her dogs, cycling, reading, hiking, playing board games, and enjoying the delicious meals her husband makes.