Hello! My name is Tiffany Cuthbert and I am excited to join GPP as the Community Outreach Specialist. I am a native of Georgia, however, I recently relocated back to the area from California. So I have a lot of catching up to do with the many changes to Atlanta since my departure five years ago.
Before I get into technicalities, I am sure you want to get to know the girl behind the picture. I am an avid volunteer for various non-profits and I spend much of my free time in the world of pageantry and public speaking. I enjoy using my voice to create positive change and I see myself falling in the footsteps of my father who is also in the prevention world. The remainder of my free time is spent somewhere in a park with my husband and my puppy or behind a card game with my family and friends.
Now for technicalities- I have over 10 years of experience in the Nonprofit sector and have recently focused my efforts in the realm of prevention. During my time in Los Angeles, I served as a Prevention Specialist for the Institute for Public Strategies where I worked with key stakeholders and communities within the city of Los Angeles, California to reduce the occurrence of teen marijuana use and underage drinking through education and policy work.
My hopes are to bring my passion, education and experience to Georgia through my work with the Georgia Prevention Project. As a community-oriented person, I am excited about the opportunity to truly be on the front lines in collaborating with our youth, volunteers, teachers, and parents to create change in the communities that we live in. I look forward to educating our youth about the realistic harms of drug use and equipping our teachers and parents with tools necessary to have the healthy conversations. Through my experience, and the help of the team, I see the Georgia Prevention Project becoming the key place for education, resources, and support within the prevention community.Back to Blog