Tiffany Sunday is an American writer, poet, lyricist, and freelance writer. She is the author of Insatiable Consumption of Being (poetry), Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge, and You Posted What!?.
She is internationally known for her 2015 TEDx Talk Dyslexia 2.0: The Gift of Innovation and Entrepreneurial Mind and best-selling book, How Dyslexics Will Rule the Future.
Tiffany’s mother was an English teacher who shared her appreciation of books and literature. Reading was difficult for Tiffany. With the support of the late Dr. Wakefield, she increased her reading fluency and now has a reading obsessed.
At the age of sixteen, Tiffany was published for the first time when a poem she submitted was showcased in three Texas daily newspapers.
In her first poetry book, Insatiable Consumption of Being, Tiffany weaves raw emotions into elegantly written words parallel with her appreciation of nature. She finds inspiration from being outdoors while running, walking along the beach, driving to different places, and working in her garden.
Tiffany’s best-selling book, How Dyslexics Will Rule the Future, is a thought-provoking discussion about the future of work and the importance of hiring neurodiverse individuals. With the rapid changes driven by technology, the need for creative outside the box thinkers is quickly becoming a necessity.
Dyslexia’s Competitive Edge is a business strategy and leadership book for professionals and business owners with dyslexia.
In 2018, she transitioned to writing full time after twenty years working as a startup executive and brand strategist for investor funded startups and small businesses. Her articles have appeared in the Dallas Business Journal, Launch DFW, The Dyslexia Connection, and more.
Tiffany “talked” her way into college twice. She was rejected three times before Southern Methodist University accepted her application. Tiffany holds a Master of Business Administration in Marketing and Strategy from SMU and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Texas A & M University.
Tiffany has appeared as a guest on CNN, WFAA-ABC, NBC5, KRLD, and quoted in Forbes, USA Today, and Dallas Morning News, Restaurant News, AccuWeather, and more. In addition to book writing, Tiffany is a freelance writer and avid runner who enjoys the beach and spending time outdoors.