Mar 12, 2015
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Tiffany Harris was recently appointed as executive director of Girls Inc. of West Contra Costa County after holding the interim executive director title over the last 11 months.

For about 40 years, the nonprofit has inspired girls to succeed through workshops and after-school programming.

“Tiffany is well known and respected in West Contra Costa County,” the nonprofit said in a statement. “She brings creativity, management skills, strong organizational abilities and the dedication to be an effective leader in the Girls Inc. mission to ‘inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold.'”

Harris attended The Branson School and graduated from Holy Names University with a B.A. in Communications and English. She has had a long association with Girls Inc., having participated in programming in the 5th and 6th grades and later as a volunteer. In December 2011 she became an employee initially as a GOAL (Girl Outreach Academic Leader) providing after-school programs in the West Contra Costa County School District, and then was promoted to to Program/Office Manager in September 2012.


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