Founder and CEO, Givly
The founder and principal of TJ Marie Consulting, Tiffany offers nearly 10 years of leadership and nonprofit management experience, having successfully led teams and nonprofit organizations in securing over half a billion dollars in philanthropic support for their causes and missions.
Her experiences extend to several U.S. cities, Canada, and across myriad nonprofit sectors. Management and fundraising partnerships include clients such as The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio, Ursuline College in Cleveland, Ohio, Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida, Tuskegee Wesley Foundation in Tuskegee, Alabama, and After School Matters, Lincoln Park Community Shelter, North Park Elementary School, Changing Worlds, and the LGBT Chamber of Commerce of Illinois, in Chicago, among many others.
Perhaps most notably, Tiffany helped design and manage a major fundraising effort with the Smithsonian National Museum of African American Museum of History and Culture in Washington, DC, where she guided all aspects of its current nine-figure fundraising endeavor. She coordinated internal and external development activity, advising some of our nation’s foremost leaders in business, politics, entertainment, and philanthropy.
Tiffany’s passion for philanthropy and social impact extends beyond her role as a consultant. She is the founder and CEO of Givly, a universal giving and stewarding platform designed to inspire and harness the philanthropic spirit among young donors increasing donor engagement and mission impact. Givly was one of 12 companies chosen to participate in the sixth cohort of WiSTEM, a women-led tech and tech-enabled startup accelerator program at Chicago entrepreneurial and tech hub, 1871.
Tiffany is a native of Hattiesburg, Mississippi and resides in Chicago, Illinois. She received her BA and MBA from Florida A&M University. Her memberships include Association of Fundraising Professionals, Ms.TECH, The Metropolitan Board of the Chicago Urban League, Forefront and The Association of Consultants to Nonprofits.