Tiffani joined Jackson Spalding in 2006 after working for a global public relations agency where she specialized in media relations for consumer and healthcare accounts. During her time here, she has led large consumer and technology accounts, such as Orkin Residential and Honeywell, and strategic behavior-changing campaigns aimed at public health and financial literacy.
Tiffani loves any account that is technical and complex. Her client work spans providing communications counsel and support for top brands, including The Recycling Partnership, Cricket Wireless, Clark Atlanta University, DeKalb County Public Schools, Delta Air Lines, The Coca-Cola Company, Chick-fil-A Foundation, National Primate Research Centers, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, Ballistic Case Company, Morehouse School of Medicine, Consumer Credit Counseling Services, and the National Center for Civil & Human Rights.
Inside the agency, Tiffani serves on our Crisis, CSR, Diversity & Inclusion, and Facilitation teams. She is currently leading Jackson Spalding’s multicultural communications practice, consulting with teams on the development of integrated campaigns and culturally relevant content to maximize relevance and preference of client brands among high-growth consumer segments.
Tiffani was a Presidential Scholar and member of the Leadership Institute at Hampton University, where she graduated with honors from the Scripps Howard School of Journalism and Communications. She was inducted into Hampton University’s 40 Under 40 Society in 2019. Tiffani obtained a Master of Science degree from Ohio University’s E. W. Scripps School of Journalism, where she was a Gerbig Scholarship recipient. A gifted writer, Tiffani’s thesis on the portrayal of minorities in contemporary media was published by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications.
A native of College Park, Ga., Tiffani serves on the Board of Trustees for the Ron Clark Academy, Aerotropolis Atlanta, and the Joseph & Evelyn Lowery Institute for Justice & Human Rights. She is also a member of the Central Atlanta Progress PR & Marketing Council. She served as a board member and treasurer for the Black Public Relations Society of Atlanta for more than eight years.