Tiffany Moore received a bachelor's degree in sociology from Buffalo State College and a master's degree from the transnational studies department with a specialty in "Global Gender Studies" from The University of Buffalo. Today Tiffany is a Human Rights Activist and Consultant, turned Coach. After more than 10 years working full-time in the non-profit world, she was tired of being restricted on when, how, and where to work. Venturing out on her own, she struggled with how to navigate being in business for herself. Fiercely passionate about changing the world but not knowing how to bridge the gap into the entrepreneurial space.
Now, she helps those working in non-profits, leverage their passion to change the world and
become, what she calls, humanitarian entrepreneurs.
Tiffany talks to us about "the humanitarian approach" for success. She challenges the audience to find passion. What lights you up? How do you envision making the world a little better? Secondly, we must have a successful plan. Thinking creatively and outside the box and drafting a specific business plan for your success. Thirdly, embrace your uniqueness. In order to be successful, one needs to be able to take a look at who they are and address any limiting beliefs that arise to eliminate self-sabotage. Lastly, realize that nonprofit mentality can deeply permeate one's way of thinking with guilt and shame. It becomes imperative that one is able to work through this and not have this perception hold you back.