August 3, 2015

| Philanthropy and Boards

The Consumer Technology Association Foundation Board of Trustees | Tiffany was recently names to the The Consumer Technology Association Foundation Board of Trustees.
CTA Foundation Group SampleThe CTA Foundation, a public, national foundation affiliated with the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)™, was launched in 2012 with the mission to link seniors and people with disabilities with technologies to enhance their lives.

The foundation strategically supports programs that affect these communities and facilitates dialog between industry, consumers, government, advocacy groups and other key stakeholders.


The Women’s Health Board of The GW Medical Faculty Associates | Tiffany serves as on the Women’s Health Board


The Women’s Health Board of The GW Medical Faculty Associates furthers health understanding, advances access to exceptional care, and bolsters treatment support for all women.

This volunteer board was established to facilitate significant philanthropic support for the Comprehensive Breast Care program and its Mobile Mammography unit, which delivers mammography screening to all women where they live, work and worship.

The board exists to champion life-saving early breast cancer detection in a community that experiences one of the highest rates of breast cancer diagnosis and the highest rate of breast cancer death in the nation.

The Faith and Politics Institute | Tiffany serves on The Faith and Politics Board of Directors

Founded in 1991, The Faith & Politics Institute has served hundreds of members of Congress and congressional staff by offering experiential pilgrimages, reflection groups, retreats and public forums. In a world that is increasingly interconnected, we are dedicated to doing this work with the Congress because of their ties to a broad constituency and their leadership in local, national and global policy. Our belief is that our commitment to a relatively small but influential group of people will ultimately reach many.

The Faith & Politics Institute is an agent for change: from leadership that is externally focused to integrated leadership that incorporates spiritual practices and beliefs; from racial division and the exploitation of racial divides in electoral politics to racial reconciliation and dialogue; from bitter partisanship to civility and engagement. The Institute does more than create safe spaces for dialogue; it takes strategic steps to promote leadership that will have a positive impact on the tone and effectiveness of Congress, and through the Congress, the nation.

The Washington Government Relations Group | Tiffany serves on the Washington Government Relations Group (WGRG) Board of Directors

The Washington Government Relations Group (WGRG) is a non-partisan independent, volunteer association founded to enrich the careers and leadership abilities of African-American government relations professionals. Members represent corporations, financial institutions, law firms, trade associations and non-profit organizations on a broad range of policy areas in the state, federal, and international arenas. The goal of the organization is to increase the dialogue between our members and key, senior-level policy makers to aid in crafting superior public policy solutions.