M.S. Education – Curriculum and Instruction,
College of Staten Island
B.A. English and Africana Studies,
Western Governors’ University
“Being a part of the Neubauer Fellowship provided me with the opportunity to learn from the most brilliant minds in education and the business sector. I received tools to turnkey what I learned in my daily work and time to collaborate and problem solve with my peers. Together, we are transforming urban education in Philadelphia.”
Tiffany has served as Head of Schools for KIPP Philadelphia since 2019. Prior to this role at KIPP, Tiffany was principal of Mastery Charter School’s Clymer Campus. Under her leadership, Clymer increased math state assessment scores by 6%. In addition, 4th grade students increased their science PSSA scores by 6% and K-2 students saw a 12% increase in reading at grade level.
Tiffany has been an educator since 2002. Prior to becoming a principal, Tiffany served as a 2nd and 3rd grade teacher, 6th and 7th grade science teacher, lead teacher, and assistant principal. Tiffany received the Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year award in 2006 and a Community Service Award from the National Association of University Women in 2017. Tiffany grew up in Roselle, New Jersey.