Tiffany Montague

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Tiffany Montague
Alma mater Smith College
Employer Google

Tiffany Montague was the manager of Google’s space initiatives. [1] Her official position at Google was Intergalactic Federation King Almighty and Commander of the Universe. [2]


Early life

Montague grew up in the UK, travelling to the United States at age 16 to attend Smith College where she joined the Reserve Officers' Training Corps and Mensa. [1]


After graduation, Montague served with the United States Air Force where she "had a down-looking sensor" and was mentored by Pete Worden, the head of NASA Ames, [1] and at the National Reconnaissance Office. [3]

Montague joined Google as a project manager c2005 and left in 2013. [1]

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