Tiffany D. Williams Tiffany D. Williams is a wife and mother born and raised in Baltimore, MD. A product of Baltimore City Public Schools System, she went on to further her education at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and the Johns Hopkins University. Tiffany now proudly serves as an educator in the Baltimore City Public School System where she has held various positions throughout her 17-year tenure. Her most recent professional accomplishments have landed her in her current assignment as a High School Assistant Principal. Her passion, love, dedication, and commitment to the students, staff, and families of all the Baltimore city communities has been the driving force behind her push to give back.

In addition to her professional career Tiffany is also the founder of “The Celebration Movement…Baltimore”, formerly known as “The Celebration of Women Movement”. This movement raises funds to support efforts to give back to local nonprofit organizations (Roberta’s House and Sister Place), annual Toy Drives, and Young Men Care Packages. This new philanthropic journey has allowed Tiffany to partner with different organization within the Baltimore metropolitan area: three Baltimore City schools (Baltimore Design School, Patterson High School, and Excel Academy), 3 Small Businesses (Beauty Plus, Great Grann’s, and Flight Fusion Baltimore), and The Baltimore Teachers Union. Tiffany Williams’ community efforts have also been highly supported by many notable Baltimore figures to include Baltimore’s State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby.