Tiffany Clark is a junior majoring in Computer Science, minoring in Criminology and Mathematics, and pursuing certifications in Lean Systems and Cybersecurity. She is a member of the Lewis Honors College, specifically the Scholars in Engineering Management (SEAM) pathway and is a recipient of the Presidential Scholarship and Pigman Engineering Scholarship. Tiffany was an undergraduate researcher with the Department of Computer Science as a freshman where she worked with a professor in Digital Humanities to design a database and connected website to manage translations of classic texts. Then, she completed a semester with a Bioinformatics Research Lab in the College of Medicine. She has completed two summer internships. One with 10x People, which is a software telecommunications company as a software engineering intern. This past summer she went to Boston and completed a cybersecurity internship with Riverside, a defense contracting company. This semester she is completing research with Dr. Brent Seales and the EduceLab focusing on using technology to virtually unwrap ancient texts such as the Dead Sea Scrolls. Tiffany is also highly involved in campus life and organizations. She is an Engineering Living Learning Peer Mentor, Chellgren Fellow, Professional Development Club Recruitment Director, Engineering Ambassador, and Vice-President of the Society of Women Engineers. Tiffany is passionate about outreach, inspiring girls of all ages to consider STEM and engineering, and developing an inclusive community within the College of Engineering here at the University of Kentucky, which is why she is highly involved in these organizations. After graduation, she wishes to work for the federal government or a defense company.