Her identity as a first-generation Liberian-American contextualizes these sensibilities and passions for exploring our human capacity for love and belonging.
Tiffany received her BA in Communication from DePauw University and MS in Cultural Foundations of Education with a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Women's and Gender Studies from Syracuse University. She supplements her work through the healing arts – receiving her certifications as a professional coach, full-spectrum doula and 200-hour yoga teacher; and as a student of subtle body energy through Usui Reiki. Tiffany currently serves as a Board Member for Bodega Legal and Explore Charter Schools in her hometown of New York City.
Tiffany has a proven track record of designing and facilitating social change programs that have reached over 20,000 people across global communities. With over 13 years of experience, she is a compassionate liberatory strategist and wellness advocate with expertise in social equity, media studies, and leadership development. Throughout her career, Tiffany has worked with organizations such as Dow Jones, Paradigm Strategy, The Posse Foundation, The Robin Hood Foundation, Sadie Nash Leadership Project, Spotify, Tumblr, and Viacom. While her career spans sectors of higher education, nonprofit, corporate, tech, and the arts – forming Indwell culminates her longstanding vision to reimagine a world that prioritizes a healing ethos across sectors, institutions, and relationships.
We are coaches, designers, facilitators, researchers, strategists, storytellers, and wellness practitioners. Together we commit to actualize social healing by practicing:
BLACK AND DIASPORIC IMAGINATION
The narratives from which humans create are rooted in histories of erasure, so we build from the reclamation of black origins and diasporic journeying.
The process of social change can distance us from our sense of self, and from one another. We believe it is beneficial to keep the mind, body, and spirit in communion with one another when moving through change.
Magic happens when we gather to create new worlds. Inspired by black feminist spaces, such as the Combahee River Collective, we seek to identify threads that unite us for movement.
In the process of change, we lose parts of what we held as truth - forming identity chasms between old and new world beliefs. We hold these as moments for enacting informed, liberatory, and conscious choices.