She is passionate about helping dyslexic students and offers educational workshops to schools and parents groups on how to harness the power of the dyslexic brain.
Since elementary school, Tiffany has been developing and refining strategies that maximize and take advantage of her unique and highly creative dyslexic brain.
The strategies she developed have evolved into a powerful asset as she can see the forest, the trees and how all the moving pieces interact.
Her personal and professional experiences provide a wealth of information which can benefit both dyslexic individuals, organizations and businesses.
Tiffany understands how digital technology is changing our world and how digital savvy middle and high school students will have advantage over their peers. She is educating dyslexic students on how to use the Internet and Social Media to their advantage.
Dyslexic students can use the digital technology to showcase their talents when applying for college, internships and employment.
Tiffany’s book You Posted What!? offers guidance and action plans for parents, teens and educators with the focus on helping dyslexic students learn how to use effectively the Internet and Social Media.
She is also, Founder and President of Dillon 5™ a business strategy and advisory consulting company. Tiffany has presented at national conferences, events and conducted corporate workshops educating professionals and business owners.
A sample of events includes: Emerging Tech Conference, The National Weather Association Annual Conference, KPRC Channel 2 NBC, North Texas Council of Governments, PRSA Chapter Meeting and Startup Weekend.
Prior to launching Dillon 5, she worked in consumer brand management for a Fortune 500 company and sales. Tiffany holds an MBA from Southern Methodist University and a Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University.
“Tiffany, I am very impressed with your insight and thank you for all your good work”. Pino Farinola, CEO of Pino’s Kitchen LLC
“Tiffany has been a huge benefit to the company and greatly enhanced our ability to move from a startup company to a revenue generating company.
With Tiffany’s skill set and versed background, she has provided experience and knowledge in the areas of; website development, product development, organization and marketing along with her endless list of pertinent business contacts.” Cole Egger, CEO of Meals to Live LLC
Fox Sports 1280, Rochester Democrate, Park Cities People, Weatherbrains, June 2, 2014, The Austin-American Statesman “Book People Local Author’s Night” June 1, 2014, The Mexia News “Gibbs Memorial Library Hosts Tiffany Sunday, Author of You Posted What!?, May 22, 2014, Lake Highlands Today You Posted What!?, May 7, 2014, Dallas Morning News “Teens Want to Join DFW Startup Ecosystem” April 25, 2013, WeatherBrains, August 6, 2012, CNN “Tropical Storm Don Disappoints in Parched Texas” July 29, 2011, The Weather Channel “Tropical Storm Don” July 28, 2011, CNN 1190 Radio Show “Innovation at Work! with Winston Edmondson” April 27, 2010, Dallas Morning News – Featured in Sheryl Jean’s article “She turned down a loan – why?” July 14, 2011, Restaurant News – “How to Start a Business” August 20, 2011, Dallas Business Journal “Breaking Bad Habits is Hard to Do” April 9, 2009