Instructor of Business and Leadership
LEAD 560 Diversity and Leadership
Dr. Tiffani Worthy is an Instructor of Business and Leadership with a diverse professional background that spans nearly 20 years across various industries. In addition to teaching at Messiah, Tiffani serves as the Mayor of Willingboro Township in New Jersey.
After graduating from the United States Military Academy, for seven years Tiffani served as a commissioned officer on active duty in the U.S. Army. During her time in the Army she was stationed in Korea, deployed to Baghdad in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and served at Fort Jackson, SC and Fort Bragg, NC. Tiffani was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for her meritorious service in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Upon her honorable discharge from the military, Tiffani joined The George Washington University as a Human Resources Business Partner where she served as a strategic human resources advisor to the Senior Associate Vice President, Operations in the largest division at the University. While there she focused on staff learning and development, implemented strategies to increase effective communication and enhance organizational culture, ultimately to improve the division’s performance. For nearly 8 years, Tiffani was the Senior Director of Training & Development for a $2B organization with 20,000 geographically dispersed employees.
In academia, Tiffani joined Drexel University as an adjunct faculty member in 2012 and began teaching Introduction to Project Management. She currently serves as the course chair for the Introduction of Project Management course in the College of Engineering. Tiffani also teaches Research Methods and Statistics for the Goodwin College of Professional Studies, also at Drexel University.
In her community Tiffani leads a non-profit organization, All Things Are Possible (ATAP) Foundation, whose vision is to create a developmental experience for youth rooted in respect, self-worth, lifelong learning, and community service. She was named a 2016 Outstanding Women of Burlington County (N.J.) honoree by Assemblyman Troy Singleton.