2017 Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation Fellow
Tiffany partnered with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle's Camden Street Learning Garden to develop a business plan for an affordable subsidized summer camp centered around sustainable gardening, cooking, leadership and social justice which hires local teens as counselors. Her business plan included customer development, market analysis, channels, goals, competitive advantage, demographics, user personas, cost structure, revenue stream.
Additionally, Tiffany pitched her business plan at the Southeast Raleigh Innovation Challenge to get feedback from local residents, and developed initial plans for a community assessment to further inform the business plan.
because of JKHF
"The Fellowship gave me the opportunity to question and clarify the path I want to take, and make sure it is the right one for me. I feel more confident in making a decision about my career path which is based on my passions, makes me happy, positively contributes to the local economy, and helps make the world a better place."
Intern at Lynch & Eatman LLP
Data Analysis, Financial Analysis, Business Development, 3-D Modeling