Ph.D. in Liberal Studies, Georgetown University

Tahina Montoya served over 12 years as an Active Duty Officer in the United States Air Force where she worked missions at the tactical, operational, and strategic levels within the Continental United States (CONUS) and internationally in over 9 countries (including Tanzania, Qatar, Kyrgyzstan, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico, El Salvador, Colombia, and Panama). Currently, Montoya is a Political/Military Analyst in the United States Air Force Reserves and a Doctoral Student in Liberal Studies at Georgetown University. Her research interests center on Gender, Peace, and Security issues with a focus on underrepresented and unacknowledged groups in Latin America.