Tiffany Huff-Strothers is a Wife, Mother and woman of faith. She is called to minister and mentor women and passionate about helping women reinvent themselves following their worst setbacks to make major impact. She lives out her calling as an Evangelist, Award Winning Author, Sought After Speaker, Coach and Domestic Violence Survivor & Advocate.
Tiffany recognized her gift to uplift at a very early age, as her family became the billboard example for the epidemics plaguing the black community: drug abuse, single parenthood, gangs, poverty and divorce. Nonetheless, Tiffany became the first in her family to graduate college and received numerous scholarships, including one from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to attend graduate school. in the midst of her graduate studies, she found herself in a relationship she had no idea how to end, and seemingly suddenly went from hardworking, mother and student to heartbroken and homeless after being shot by her first love.
Refusing to accept her worst setback as defeat she began a journey of reinvention, and has become the go to for other women on the journey to the same. Tiffany’s resilience and resourcefulness is known to be a catalyst for changing lives after every single encounter. She is The Founder & Director of When She Thrives, a nonprofit with the mission to break generational cycles of single motherhood..
In 2017, she published two books, 30 Day Stay: A Story of Escaping Death, Healing From Heartbreak & Finding Hope in Homelessness, and EmpowerMoments for The Everyday Woman: A 31 Day Devotional to Empower Your Womanhood.
Tiffany earned a B.A. in Communication & Professional Writing at Carlow University and studied Higher Education Management at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Education. She is active with women’s ministry at her church and serves on several boards including The Carlow University Alumnae Board. In her spare time she enjoys, reading, cooking, and being home spending quality time with loved ones.