Alec Tiger is a proud member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
Based out of Colorado, Alec earned a dual degree in Philosophy & Economics from the University of Colorado Boulder. He was awarded summa cum laude for the work he completed on his undergraduate thesis, “An Epistemological Genealogy of Neoliberalism”. Besides an honors designation, his thesis work led him to be chosen as representative for the College of Arts & Sciences for the Honors Symposium at the University of Colorado Boulder. While attending CU Boulder, Alec managed the Environmental Center’s Bike Recycling Program.
In his time with Blue Stone Strategy Partners, Alec has focused on researching and developing strategic planning processes around the COVID-19 stimulus funding, specifically the American Rescue Plan Act and Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act. Alec has also researched and written articles around the impact of broadband & infrastructure investment on Tribal economies.