Tiffany Foster is a longtime child advocate, committed to championing children and families to have positive, empowering, and enriching experiences. She currently serves on National PTA’s Board of Directors. She has previously served in multiple positions in local, district and national levels of PTA and has a personal motto of three I’s: impact, integrity and inclusion.
With a focus on membership and diversity and inclusion strategies, she consistently works to build new partnerships with local nonprofits and businesses to bring additional resources to families in her city. From PTA local leader trainings, family financial literacy classes to webinars on navigating a housing crisis and tenant rights, Tiffany works to share the value and mission of PTA, while trying to keep her community informed of resources.
Aside from PTA, she currently serves as a commissioner for both the Durham County Women’s Commission and Durham Racial Equity Commission, a Durham Public Schools Parent Ambassador, a Parent Lead for the Durham Public Schools Title I Steering Committee, and a member of the Emily Krzyzewski Center Parent Advisory Council and most recently completed an Ignite Change fellowship with Emily’s List.
Tiffany Foster is a lifelong volunteer and advocate for all, devoting much of her time outside of PTA to helping her own community. She has served as rape crisis counselor, guardian ad litem and girl scout leader, while overseeing a career in finance as a Sr. Treasury Analyst in her home state of North Carolina. She is most proud of her family, which includes her husband and two beautiful girls.