Tiffany Green-Abdullah

Tiffany Green-Abdullah, Manager of Learning Community Development
Georgia State University

About the Speaker

Tiffany Green-Abdullah,  M.Ed, PMP is a visionary leader in education and a thought leader in innovation in education, technology, and creating culturally responsive career K-16 career pathways. Tiffany has developed innovative experiences to impact pedagogy of social justice in higher education, infuse hip-hop studies in higher education,  inspire diversity in entrepreneurship, and reduce students trepidation of technology through experiences such as producing hackathons and digital literacy programs. She was the first recipient of the Masters of Education in Education and Technology from Peabody School of Education at Vanderbilt University.

Tiffany is now the Manager of Learning Community Development at Georgia State University within the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL). As part of her position at CETL, Tiffany is the Project Director of Digital Learners to Leaders, a program seeded from a $300,000 Digital Economy Initiative grant from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation in collaboration with Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility to encourage students, particularly students from backgrounds underrepresented in the technology industry, to pursue technology studies. Tiffany is also an Advisor to PantherHackers, a student organization developed to create a culture of coding and technology design innovation at GSU. She began the Teaching for Social Justice and Democracy speakers series at CETL and wrote the winning grant, Social Justice and Student Success funded by APLU. 

Tiffany is the Co-Founder of The Community Academy for Architecture and Design aka TCAAD (t-cad), a developing charter opening in Fall 2019. She lives in Stone Mountain with her husband Tariq Abdullah, an architect and social entrepreneur and their 3 children. If Tiffany could do anything else she would be acting, writing and producing television shows and movies.

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