Who is Tiffany N. Davis?
Tiffany N. Davis is an aerospace engineer, a rocket scientist, she is a young dreamer from Washington, DC reaching for the stars and beyond. Tiffany Davis promotes boldness, faith in artistry, utilizing “the power of finesse” and embracing the struggle to get the greatest results you want in life. Tiffany is an advocate for encouraging other young women to follow their own passions no matter the size or level of difficulty. Tiffany plans on focusing her studies on artificial intelligence and machine learning applications with the hope of using those for future space exploration missions. Tiffany is currently working in Washington D.C. as a spacecraft engineer in Boeing’s Mission Operations and Engineering group.
• On Wednesday, June 13, 2018, Tiffany graduated from the Boeing Corporate Engineering Leadership Rotation Program. After her graduation, Tiffany was promoted to a Level 2 Engineer.
• Tiffany is currently working in Washington D.C. as a spacecraft engineer in Boeing’s Mission Operations and Engineering group.
• Tiffany was nominated and selected as the 2018 Technology Rising Star for the Women of Color in STEM conference. Rising Stars are young women, approximately 1 to 22 years in the workforce, who are helping to shape technology for the future. Tiffany will accept the award at the conference in Detroit, October 12th.
• On May 18th, 2018, Tiffany was a panelist on the Second Annual Dream Talk Panelist. The purpose of the Dream Talk Panel to expose the youth to to the dreams of African American leaders in the DMV community.
• On August 17th, 2018, Tiffany was a guest speaker for the Girls Who Code summer immersion Program in Manhattan, New York. The mission of the Girls Who Code organization is to close the gender gap in technology.
• Tiffany will be matriculating into Georgia Tech’s Master in Computer Science program Fall 2018. Tiffany plans on focusing her studies on artificial intelligence and machine learning applications with the hope of using those for future space exploration missions.
“You may not know that it’s possible to be a doctor, a professor, or even a rocket scientist!”
HOW TIFFANY'S OWN
JOURNEY INSPIRED HER
As an Aerospace Engineer; inspiring and supporting the next generation are all very important to me. My own journey was not filled with people who looked like me, but to be able to be representation for the next generation, means I want to see them go even farther than, even myself will go. The earlier they can start seeing what’s possible, the earlier they can start working toward it.