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Mrs. Tiffany M. Fincher
I’m Tiffany M. Fincher and I am EXCITED to introduce myself as the Parent Community Coordinator for Richton Square School! Over the course of my career, I have committed myself to educating and empowering others. I pride myself on DEDICATION, INNOVATIVE STRATEGIES, GROWTH and EXCELLENCE. As your Parent Community Coordinator, I look forward to working together to build strong partnerships that support families and strengthen your child’s academic and developmental success.
My academic record includes a bachelor’s degree from Governors State University and a graduate degree from Argosy University from the College of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences. In addition, I am a Certified Mental Health First Aid Responder, Social Emotional Learning Specialist, and CPR First Aid practitioner.
My experience has been working with community-based organizations as a Mentor, Program Coordinator and later becoming the founder and Executive Director of my own nonprofit organization. In addition, over the last 7 years, I have had the opportunity to work in a school environment. Working in both community-based and educational settings has allowed me to view the needs of parents and students through a unique set of lenses. Overall, I have worked in the field for over 17 years.
As your Parent Community Coordinator, I am committed to actively developing strong partnerships between parents, school and the community. I welcome your ideas, questions, and look forward to connecting with you to get to know you better. Let’s work together to create an outstanding learning experience to support your scholar’s success.
Who is Tiffany M. Fincher personally?
In my spare time, I adore spending time with my husband and our daughters. I enjoy walking, gardening and I LOVE all things pink!!! This summer, I spent quality time traveling with family and preparing our oldest daughter for her first year of college. Recently, I did something I've always wanted to do!! I rode a horse!! Although I’ve always wanted to learn, I was TERRIFIED, but I didn’t let fear stop me. I believe that some of life's greatest accomplishments are on the other side of fear. Courage doesn’t mean you aren’t afraid. It means you don’t let fear stop you.
As we journey through the 2021-2022 school year, I look forward to growing relationships with each of you and making it a great school year!