After a few years working in a start-up charter elementary school in New Orleans, Tiffany completely changed gears and started working as a personal trainer. When she had her daughter and moved up to Boston, Tiffany started instructing a weightlifting class and cycling - greatest career change ever.
Tiffany grew up in Seattle, went to college at USC in Los Angeles, moved to New Orleans right after, and then settled in Boston.
“I am an avid "crafter" - I haven't mastered much, but I enjoy doing a lot of things fairly well - calligraphy, invitation-making, flower crowns...basically anything to make a bachelorette party or baby shower wonderful.” Tiff also loves to cook and spends a ton of time in the kitchen, either attempting to teach her daughter about how much fun cooking can be or trying to shake her off her leg.
What draws you to riding at The HB?
Our riders are such an inspiration to me! From the amazing attitudes that each person brings to the bike, to the leave-it-all-out-there commitment to each ride, it is always a wonderful experience riding with our people!
What is something most people don’t know about you?
My freshman year of high school, I had cornrows just like Alicia Keys in her Fallin' video.
Any mantra or quote you rely on for inspiration or motivation?
"It is a funny thing about life; if you refuse to accept anything but the best you very often get it." W. Somerset Maugham
Five staples you can always find in your fridge/pantry.
1. Apple cider vinegar
4. Maple syrup
What’s your pump-up song?
More of a "get in the zone" song, rather than pump up, "Tell Him" from The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill has been my go-to since I was in high school. There's something about the words from 1 Corinthians paired with the crazy-amazing harmonies that gets me hyper-focused and amped up.
Who’s your favorite artist/group to play in class?
Right nowwwwww...Yellow Claw (& almost anything from the mid/late-2000s)