Tiffanie talks about how she builds long lasting professional relationships, mentorship, how good things can come by sharing your voice with those who are in the position to help you drive your movement forward.
Tiffanie believes in the importance of representation, diversity and inclusion, and works to amplify the voices of marginalized communities. Born and raised in Ottawa, Tiffanie is the Chair of Girls+ Rock Ottawa, a community organization that uses music programming to foster empowerment, acceptance and community. A senior advisor for the federal government by day, Tiffanie is a graduate of Carleton University where she obtained her Master’s Degree in International Affairs.
IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT…
How to build long lasting professional relationships, mentorship, how good things can come by sharing your voice with those who are in the position to help you drive your movement forward.
SOME QUESTIONS I ASK…
- What is the key to building long-lasting relationships?
- How important has relationship building been when it comes to your career and working with Girls+ Rock Ottawa?
- What would you say to those who struggle building professional relationships?
- What is the best relationship-building advice you have received and how have you applied it in your life?
Tiffanie’s WHY is to see more representation of minority groups in the workplace and in the media. She believes that if she can keep “moving up” within her organization, increase autonomy and authority, she will then be able to lift other people who are under-represented.
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