Tiffany Dena Loftin is the National Director for the Youth and College Division at the NAACP. Her mission is to identify, develop and organize young Black leaders everywhere who care about racial, social, and economic justice. There are over 340 middle, high school, and college autonomous units in good standing who constantly recruit new members and organize local and national campaigns like ending mass incarceration and ending gun violence, college affordability, and election and voting rights.
Ms. Loftin has a five-year national background in labor union organizing working in DC at the American Federation of Teachers, the National Education Association, and the AFL-CIO. Tiffany’s first job out of college was the Vice President and then President of the United States Student Association where she coordinated a
college affordability campaign to break contacts between the Department of Education and student loan profiters like Sallie Mae, she also coordinated a national electoral campaign which registered over 150,000 young voters in 2012.
Ms. Loftin has been nationally recognized, appearing on TV One, Fox News, ABC, People’s World, National Public Radio, and Al Jazeera. A passionate organizer for the empowerment of communities of color, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans in Higher Education.