Tiffany attended Oakland University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. While at Oakland, she served as the chapter Vice President of Tau Beta Pi, an honorary engineering society, and was a member of the Society of Women Engineers and Formula SAE. Additionally, she began volunteering at Grace Centers of Hope as a tutor in the Education Center and currently serves on the Women Helping Women Committee.
As an undergraduate student, Tiffany first interned at FANUC America Corporation working in Product Development for paint robots and in the Material Handling department helping integrate robots into customer systems. She then interned at Hilite International developing valves and cams for engines and transmissions before developing welding end-of-arm tooling and designing controls packages for automated systems at R&E Automated. Her final engineering internship was with ABB where she designed, developed, and integrated automated test machinery, testing cells, and assembly lines for engines, drivelines, and transmissions.
After graduation, Tiffany entered into the GM TRACK Program at General Motors where she began as an Associate Architect in the Computer Integrated Design Engineering department. She worked on design and integration for the under-hood and chassis for luxury vehicles. Amongst other tasks, Tiffany was responsible for maintaining vehicle clearance lines and integrating the braking, exhaust, suspension, and HVAC systems.
Tiffany is currently pursuing her J.D. at the University of Detroit Mercy. She serves as a Presidential Ambassador for Detroit Mercy Law and Treasurer of OUTLaws, the LGBT+ law school organization. She is also a member of the St. Thomas More Society. Prior to joining Reising, Tiffany served as an intellectual property legal intern at Gentherm, a thermal engineering company, where she worked primarily with the Advanced Development group and was tasked with analyzing products during the development process in light of potential patent infringement issues.
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