“I prefer to be called African American because I like to identify with my African ancestors. “
Tiffany Stallings is the Amazon best selling author of 'Mommy Works Too Much' and 'The Bounce Back Mindset: How to Bounce Back When Life Has Screwed You.'
Tiffany has served as the founding partner of a New Jersey-based educational service firm that provides tutoring, test prep, enrichment programs, and a host of other summer camps and sports activities. She also has a broad range of educational experience working with children and families.
Over the years, Tiffany taught in the elementary, middle, and high school levels. She also became an educator for adult learners. Her skills as a master teacher enabled her to teach an array of subjects.
Tiffany has worked as a lead teacher in Math, providing guidance and support for fellow teachers. In addition, she has served as a vice principal and principal of a public, K-8 charter school.
During Tiffany’s tenure in this position, she personally devised and implemented a variety of professional development workshops for both teachers and paraprofessionals. She also created a “Surviving as a New Teacher Program” to acclimate novice teachers to the rigors of teaching.
Currently, Tiffany serves as the Chief School Administrator of an alternative high school. Her education stems from a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Montclair State University and a Master of Arts Degree in School Administration and Supervision from Saint Peter’s College. Other accolades include membership in the National Association for Elementary School Principals and the Psi Chi National Honor Society.
Tiffany is a mother of three, and enjoys running and cycling. She takes pride in being a firm back of the pack half marathoner, perpetual beginning road cyclist, and aspiring triathlete.
At the moment she is preparing to release her next two books, 'We Want to See the World!' and 'Get Published! How I Became an Amazon Best Selling Author.'
Learn more at www.ohtiffanywrites.com.
Hello, my name is Mariah James & I’m from Rochester, NY.
“I prefer to be identified as black. I feel as if being called an African American is to say that I, myself was born in Africa and has since gained my citizenship as an American. I am American, by definition of the word, but I am black because my bloodline shows not only that my ancestors were originally from Africa, but it also shows that I have ancestors who were born and raised in the Carribeans.”