Tiffany N. Wallace, 30’s
Consultant at a large technology company - I consult clients/companies when making decisions, large transformations to their organization.
What racial, ethnic, cultural community or communities do you identify with?
What are the strengths and challenges of being Black American?
Challenges - our lives don't matter to many.
What is your proudest accomplishment?
Many - homeowner, traveling to over 20 countries, graduate degree, working on business ventures (real estate and non-profit), professional accomplishments, volunteering work and partnerships with various non-profit organizations
What is one thing you learned or appreciate from your family growing up?
Listening and hearing the stories of my parents, grandparents and the life they lived, challenges they faced, and accomplishments achieved in their lives.
What advice do you have for the younger generations in your Black American community?
Black is BEAUTIFUL! Make it a priority to understand our history, people, pioneers, ancestors that struggled, fought, advocated, etc. for the freedoms you have today and continue to fight for. Never apologize for being your true self. Even the darkest days are temporary. Compassion goes along way. I have a whole book of advice I've captured from mentors, books, real world, etc!!!
What gives you the greatest joy in life?
Family, living a healthy lifestyle, reading, and truly helping others in need.
Are there any projects you have created that you'd like to share and promote?
I am middle phases of co-writing/authoring a kids book with my sister and father... Once material is out and future phases, I would love to share and get feedback.
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