Alec Tiger is a proud member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. While he and his direct family are located in Colorado, they maintain connections with their Tribal family members still located in Oklahoma.
Based out of Colorado, Tiger earned a Bachelor of the Arts 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”. Throughout this project, Tiger exhibited his diverse analytical skill set, including data organization and analysis, literature review, philosophical analysis, lucid writing, and the unique ability to synthesize this content. 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.
During his time at CU, Tiger managed the Environmental Center’s Bicycle Recycling Program, overseeing operations and managing six employees. His other achievements from undergraduate include receiving the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Fund and White Antelope Memorial Scholarship.