“I feel that sisterhood is vital to our success as women. Daily I am inspired by the intelligence, compassion and genuine support of the amazingly talented women in my life. Women who are committed to the idea of helping one another through their leadership and service. I want my legacy to be one of offering that same level of support in a purely authentic way. Fierceness coupled with humility; and the wisdom to know that when we as women celebrate each other, we have no limits.”
– Tiffany Hill
Tiffany Hill is an attorney, author, speaker and filmmaker. Tiffany utilizes her legal expertise as an advocate for increased awareness surrounding the issue of domestic violence. She is author of Authentic Me: A Story of Strength, Perseverance and Faith, wherein she shares her deeply personal and moving story as a survivor of an emotionally and physically abusive marriage. Her second publication, Authentic Me Part II: The Forgiveness Journey, is a workbook designed to use journaling as a tool to process life experiences and move towards healing. Tiffany is also executive producer of “The Last Time,” a film project aimed at educating and empowering domestic abuse survivors.
As a passionate advocate and mentor, Tiffany collaborated with a national service organization to develop the Young Women’s Empowerment Institute for Emerging Leaders. She also hosts “Authentic Conversations,” a podcast which delivers motivational content on such topics as self-worth, parenting, professional development, emotional and spiritual health.
Tiffany earned her Juris Doctorate and Bachelor of Civil Law degrees from the Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center and is licensed to practice employment law in Louisiana, Ohio and Oklahoma. She earned her undergraduate degree from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Her professional and civic memberships include the Society for Human Resource Management, the National Association of Professional Women, Women in Film and Television, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and The Links, Inc. Her board affiliations include the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs, the American Psychological Association, Board of Educational Affairs and the YWCA Human Resources Committee.
Of all her accomplishments, she counts her role as mother to be the greatest. Her happiest times are spent with her three sons – Tyler, Trent and Tanner. With a rare sense of purpose and an intriguing and inspirational journey of triumph, Tiffany has come to the realization that there is nothing more valuable than embracing one’s own truth. She is emphatic about people, particularly women, understanding that self-love is paramount. Among the mantras by which she lives is: “To live authentically is the ultimate form of happiness!”
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