Tiffany provides technical assistance and evaluation services as a Research and Evaluation Specialist at the Forum’s Weikart Center. Her work is focused on supporting youth development organizations engaged in continuous quality improvement across the country.
Prior to joining the Forum, Tiffany worked for six years as a researcher and evaluator on county, state, and federally funded projects focused on out of school time networks, youth leadership, teen pregnancy prevention, and youth in systems of care. Additionally, Tiffany has worked in various youth serving organizations where she spent time as an internal evaluator and worked early in her career as a youth development professional supporting teen civic leadership development.
Tiffany is currently pursuing doctoral studies in Urban Education at Cleveland State University with a specialization in learning and development. Her research interests include: out of school time systems, youth development professionals, youth leadership, youth participatory action research, Black youth identity development, and youth culture. She holds a master’s degree from Marygrove College and a bachelor’s degree from Cleveland State University.