Tiffany Richardson enjoys a multi-faceted career as an administrator, educator, performer and entrepreneur dedicated to purposeful impact. As National Philharmonic’s Co-Director of Learning and Engagement, she builds community initiatives forging connections between the arts and life-long learning, social justice, technology, and wellness. Tiffany is a co-founder of Sound Impact — a collective of musicians dedicated to igniting positive change through music and a board member of Agarita in San Antonio, Texas. Tiffany has been an advisor for the Kennedy Center’s Citizen Artist Initiative and Program Administrator with the National Orchestral Institute + Festival. Tiffany received her Executive Certificate in Arts and Culture Strategy through National Arts Strategies and University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy and Practice. As a performer she appears regularly at Strathmore, the Kennedy Center and Wolf Trap, along with juvenile detention centers and schools across the country.
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