Tyah’raneh Blair was born in Tampa, Fl. She is in her senior year of college at the University of South Florida, where she studies criminology. She joined the army national guard in November of 2018, where she was able to have completed a deployment under the 146th expeditionary signal battalion in the middle east for operation enduring freedom.
1. What is your role at Obsidian? How long have you been here?
My responsibilities and roles at Obsidian are to provide and maintain voice capabilities through the cm6 and mg430 media gateways, to our MacDill Air Force base customers. I ensure their abilities to carry out mission-critical assignments with the use of voice technologies.
2. What has been one of your proudest moments while working with Obsidian?
Being able to work directly for airmen and participate in their joint missions. It was very inspiring to see how my other service member counterparts contribute their life and time for the greater good of the country, through mission success.
3. What's one thing you learned last year?
To be kind to yourself while we navigate our daily life. Being the first source of positivity and kindness takes you further in life.
4. What ranks number one on your bucket list?
To be able to hug and pet a koala bear or sloth on vacation.
5. If you could have any superpower what would it be?