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Tiffany Holmes

Tiffany Holmes is a southside native of Chicago and has experience with public, private, and nonprofit organizations which include the AARP Foundation, Chicago Public Schools, and the Illinois Department on Aging.

While serving as an Assistant Project Director with the AARP Foundation, Tiffany became a fierce advocate for underprivileged and underserved communities facing food insecurity, workforce development and the opioid epidemic. Tiffany’s leadership roles have given her the foundation to conduct work in all of Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods.

As a member of the Auburn Gresham community, Tiffany’s upbringing encompassed her learning compassion and industriousness from her mother who is a career nurse of nephrology and father who is a veteran of the Vietnam war. 

She holds a Bachelors of Community Health from Chicago State University, MPA in Public Administration with a concentration in Public Management and Local Government from the University of Illinois at Chicago. While pursuing her education, Tiffany was a congressional intern with the Office of Congresswoman Robin Kelly. This congressional internship galvanized her passion for social injustices such ageism, racial equality, and affordable housing.

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