Tiffanie Harrison is an Equity Leader and Marketing Educator in Round Rock ISD. She has an MBA and undergraduate degree from Baylor University. Entrepreneurship and dance are two of Tiffanie's lifelong passions. At only 16 years old, Tiffanie founded a dance business around technical skill development and choreography. This early beginning informed her work as a teacher who is passionate about youth entrepreneurship. Ms. Harrison has been honored by her peers and community as Round Rock High School Teacher of the Year in 2015 and 2019. Tiffanie works towards racial and educational equity in Round Rock ISD through her work as a Guild Fellow in partnership with IDEO and The Teacher's Guild. She is a founding sponsor of Black Student Union at Round Rock High School, which has since grown to encompass multiple chapters across the Round Rock Independent School District and beyond. Tiffanie seeks to build equity in her community through her work as co-founder and co-chair of the Round Rock High School Equity, Diversity and Inclusivity Committee. The goal of this group is to provide support and ongoing professional development for anti-racist educators. Ms. Harrison is a Beyond Diversity? Affiliate Practitioner and Facilitator through the Pacific Educational Group as part of the City of Austin's commitment to racial equity. Tiffanie blends her passions for entrepreneurship, racial equity, and education as a General Partner for the Radical Equity Fund which focuses on advising and investing in diverse EdTech startup teams and disrupting the status quo to create a more equitable world. Tiffanie is excited to step into the political arena as the Finance Director for Dr. Christine Mann for Congress campaign for TX-31. Tiffanie is an active leader in community organizations like Undoing Racism Round Rock, Engage Round Rock, and the Round Rock Black Parents Association. Tiffanie desires to see MLK's vision of Beloved Community come to fruition and is happy to dedicate her life to making that a reality.
Marketing Teacher & Equity Leader, Round Rock ISD