Author. Editor. Performer. Christ child. Queen & priestess. Entreprenartist. Singer. Poet. Geek.

“I integrate Transformative Language Arts into any work I do, and I work with people all over the world, but I can’t tell you who they are (due to NDAs)! I was once told, “you exude art.” So, I decided to spend the rest of my life helping other like-minded individuals get to do the same.”

With a Masters in Transformative Language Arts and TLA Certification, she is not only a voracious reader and exceptional performer but a professional writer and editor. Tiffany earned her MA in Transformative Language Arts from Goddard College and continues her quest to use her word-art as a facilitator of social commentary and change through community involvement in her hometown area of San Diego. In her first book of poetry, Ugly Drawers, Pretty Panties, published by A Word With You Press, she shares verbal vignettes of dreams, experiences, perspectives, and people. She’s been a part of the San Diego Book Awards since 2015 and is honored to lead this local organization of scribes and readers. Tiffany is also a San Diego Kingdom Writers Association Vision Lead, a member of ASCAP, The National Forensics League, and a writer and editor for the Transformative Language Arts Network magazine, Chrysalis.

She’s the quintessential Renaissance Gal.