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Tatiana Platt is an Internet entrepreneur, angel investor, and co-founder of FameGame.com, a social networking start-up launched in August 2007. She is a former senior executive at America Online (AOL). She was one of the longest tenured executives at AOL, and one of the few female executives at the company. Her last position was Senior Vice President, New Media & Programming Ventures (formerly Chief Trust Officer and Senior Vice President of Integrity Assurance). Platt's departure was announced in January 2007.

Platt was born in Annapolis, Maryland, to a French father and second generation Russian mother, and attended Georgetown University. She speaks French and Portuguese, as well as Russian. She lives in New York City and is married to renowned architect Campion Platt.

She is an active philanthropist in Manhattan and is a supporter of Anthony Shriver's Best Buddies International charity. She founded the Tatiana Simone Foundation in 1999. Her dedication to supporting causes related to people with disabilities was also evident in her work at AOL. Under her leadership, AOL created an Office of Accessibility to ensure AOL products are accessible to people with disabilities in 2000.

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Tatiana Platt is an Internet entrepreneur, angel investor, and co-founder of FameGame.com, a social networking start-up launched in August 2007. She is a former senior executive at America Online (AOL). She was one of the longest tenured executives at AOL and one of the few female executives at the company.

Her last position was Senior Vice President, New Media & Programming Ventures (formerly Chief Trust Officer and Senior Vice President of Integrity Assurance). Platt's departure was announced in January 2007.

Tatiana Gau was born in Annapolis, Maryland, to a French father and second generation Russian mother, and attended Georgetown University. She speaks French and Portuguese, as well as Russian.

She is an active philanthropist in Manhattan and is a supporter of Anthony Shriver's Best Buddies International charity. She founded the Tatiana Simone Foundation in 1999. Under her leadership, AOL created an Office of Accessibility to ensure AOL products are accessible to people with disabilities in 2000.[citation needed]

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She and her husband, architect Campion Platt, reside in Manhattan with their two small children.

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