Tiffany Mayhew studied architecture at Cornell University and graduated in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in architecture. After graduation, Tiffany worked in several cities and sectors, gaining valuable experience in her field. She worked on projects ranging from commercial buildings to residential homes, and even dabbled in interior design. Throughout her career, Tiffany's focus was always on creating beautiful, functional spaces that would positively impact the lives of those who used them.
However, during the global pandemic of 2020, Tiffany wanted to make a bigger impact on the world and knew that she needed to transition into a role where she could make a difference in the architecture industry more directly. She decided to pursue a career in non-profit program management with the National Organization of Minority Architects.
Today, Tiffany uses her experience as an architect to create meaningful change in the design profession. She is proud of the work she has done with NOMA and continues to inspire others to use their skills and passions to make a difference in the world.