New York City, New York
Tiffany is a native Texan from Pasadena and a 2000 CEHD graduate. She served in various roles for six years in the administration of President George W. Bush including three positions for the White House and subsequent jobs for the G8 Summit, Republican National Convention in New York City, Bush-Cheney 2004 Campaign, Presidential Inauguration, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In 2007, she moved to New York City where she worked in the financial services industry. Today she is the Senior Director, Strategic & Community Partnerships for NAF, a not-for-profit organization focused on preparing high school students for college and career success. Tiffany is on the Board of Directors for the National Down Syndrome Society, a sustaining member of the Junior League, and a past president of New York A&M Club. In 2016, she received a CHED Outstanding Alumni Award. She and her husband, Alexander Stephens, reside in New York City.