Tiffany Howard is a 20-year-old native of McComb, Miss. where she graduated with Honors in 2011 from South Pike High School. Now, she is an Honors College student majoring in health policy administration and plans to graduate in the fall of 2014. She plans to pursue a Master's in Health Administration at UCLA and obtain a PhD in Public Health.
Howard is an admirable scholar on campus and in her community. She is a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Beta Beta Beta Honor Society, and is a Golden Opportunity Scholar. She serves through The United Way Foundation, Relay for Life, Stop Hunger Now program, and volunteers at the local Boys and Girls Club. She continues to inspire the youth by "Molding Youth Today to yield Professionals of Tomorrow" with The Freeman Scholars where she is the co-founder/coordinator working along with the CEO of the Cardiovascular Institute of McComb, Miss. The organization awarded two scholarships to graduating high school students this past semester to help further education on a collegiate level. Recently, Howard sponsored her first "Break the Silence for Domestic Violence, Dance for Peace" event in coalition with The United Way Foundation and High D.E.F. Dance Organization at The University of Southern Mississippi. Tiffany also served on the Pike County Homecoming Scholarship Weekend Committee. She considers it a great honor, because she believes that change starts with our youth.
Currently, Howard is residing in Orlando, Fl. where she is interning for the Walt Disney World Resort Company. Additionally, Howard is a part of the VoluntEARs at Disney World with the Give Kids the World Foundation. Howard enjoys singing, dancing, and volunteering in her spare time. She also enjoys being with her family.