Tiffany Kelly facilitates future-focused thinking to drive conversations that foster collaboration, community, & co-creation of equitable spaces & outcomes. She has unparalleled experience incorporating perspectives of multiple communities & knowledge of how inequitable policies, procedures & practices impact underserved and underrepresented communities.
She has facilitated learning for audiences as large as 600 on race, poverty, class, & restorative practices to achieve equitable outcomes for everyone.
As a skilled Cultural Broker, Tiffany’s ability to connect seemingly disparate data is what is needed to identify barriers to equity. This ability, along with her lived experience, are what make her a dynamic consultant & facilitator.
She’s the filter that humanizes data. The human story is an important tool to drive change in narratives. Tiffany creates an anthology of the individual stories of the people she engages with.
When community leadership & stakeholders get to hear the hearts, the joys, & the fears of people that are never heard, they receive a gift that to allows them to create the framework for equitable outcomes to be fully realized.
Tiffany has learned that achieving equity is a process; there is not a quick fix. She uniquely challenges and offers grace to people as they work to co-create and co-exist across all lines.
Engaging Youth Peer Network Retreat
Posted on February 12, 2021 by Sophy Yem, Kaitlin Miles, Shawn Escoffery, Tiffany Kelly, Karen Weatherford, Alexis Marion, Michelle Knapik, Neil Gobioff
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