About Tiffany Dust
Tiffany is a Minnesota native who moved to California prior to attending college. Tiffany graduated with an undergraduate degree in California focusing on business administration. Tiffany used her degree to help her small community by serving on the board of directors for her Homeowners’ Association where she budgeted and implemented improvement projects while also negotiating a legal settlement on behalf of her community. Shortly after graduation, Tiffany interned for a year with her local Congresswoman, learning about legislation and navigating through further assistance prior to receiving her Master of Public Policy. Tiffany returned to Minnesota shortly after to pursue her Juris Doctorate and Master of Business Administration. While in law school, Tiffany volunteered at Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid assisting individuals with IRS Notices and settlements of outstanding tax debts. Tiffany also prosecuted cases for Ramsey County as a Certified Student Attorney. After graduating, Tiffany spent years in public accounting assisting individuals, non-profit organizations, and businesses with tax planning initiatives and late tax filings.
Mitchell Hamline School of Law – Juris Doctor 2016
Hamline University – Master of Business Administration 2017
Pepperdine University – Master of Public Policy 2011
California State University San Bernadino – Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration 2007
Bar Admission: Minnesota
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