Tiffany Green is a 28 year old, African American, Organization Development practitioner. She has a Bachelors of Science in Business Management from North Carolina A&T State University located in Greensboro, North Carolina, and a Masters of Science in Organization Development from American University in Washington, DC. She is certified in Myers Briggs Type Indicator, Firo-B and as an executive coach. She has extensive experience in career development, succession planning, talent management, organization development, change management, and strategic planning. She has worked for a large defense contractor where she most recently worked internationally on a one-year assignment in Djibouti, Horn of Africa. During her time in Africa, she worked on Organization Development and Human Capital Strategy specifically with the American and Foreign National population. She currently works for a non-profit organization where her primary focus is leadership and organization development strategy.
Tiffany is committed to helping women of color reach their ultimate potential. The 6by30 blog is her first endeavor to support black women by introducing a variety of tools and stories to assist them in reaching their ultimate goals.
Tiffany lives in Takoma Park, Maryland, with her husband. In her downtime, she enjoys traveling, hiking, and biking with her husband, spending time with family and friends and of course blogging!
Tiffany’s outlook on her life is that every day she is steadily striving to become everything she was created to be.
Tiffany knows several educated black females that have brilliant ideas but don’t always step outside their comfort zone to put their ideas into action. This is disappointing because as a young, educated black female Tiffany wants to see others like her reaching their ultimate destinations which most of the time requires taking risks. It’s ingrained in too many black women that they can’t. 6by30 is a tool to erase all the preconceived notions about why something can’t happen and provide tools so it can happen. Tiffany wants to use 6by30 as a venue for women of color to share stories in a way that will be of value to others. She looks forward to expanding the brand in the future and offering other avenues to help women.
To learn where the name 6by30 came from, read the “Welcome to Six By Thirty” blog post.