Tiffany McCree joined the ACLU as a paralegal in October of 2015. Tiffany was born and raised in Naples, Florida, a beautiful town on the sunny Southwest coast. She graduated in 2008 from Florida Gulf Coast University (where she was the recipient of the Florida Bright Futures scholarship, a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, and consistently on the Dean’s List) with her Bachelors of Science degree in Business Marketing. After graduation, she packed a few suitcases and booked a one way ticket to Boulder, Co where she enjoyed hiking the foothills of the breath-taking Rocky Mountains, skiing at A-Basin, reading along the Boulder Creek, and much more.
After a year in Boulder, Tiffany moved to New Mexico where she attained her Paralegal Certificate at the University of New Mexico, knowing that she wanted to protect the civil rights of New Mexicans. From April of 2011 to December of 2014, Tiffany worked as a civil litigation paralegal at Kennedy Kennedy & Ives law firm where she fought to protect the civil liberties of New Mexican residents. In her downtime, Tiffany enjoys loving on her dogs, skiing, hiking and cooking up tasty vegetarian dishes.