Degrees and Certifications:
*BSBA from UNC-Chapel Hill *MBA from Keller Graduate School *Teacher certification from NCSU
Ms. Tiffany Rome
Tiffany Rome has worked in education since 2001. She has taught secondary business and math courses in North Carolina. She served as the Academic Coach for a federal Smaller Learning
Communities grant through which she helped high school teachers of all subjects. Her experience includes working in a Turnaround school to raise proficiency levels by 30% over two years, leading Renaissance programs, building formative assessment analysis tools, and facilitating computer skills remediation.
A Lincolnton High School Graduate, Ms. Rome holds a BS in Business Administration from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and teaching licensure from NC State University. She earned a Master’s in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from Keller Graduate School of Management. She is certified in Business and Marketing Education for middle and high school as well as high school Mathematics.
Professional Accomplishments and Awards
Tiffany received Recognition of Excellence from ETS (Educational Testing Service) for the top 15th percentile in Secondary Mathematics Content Knowledge. She served on the Board of Directors as treasurer of a local nonprofit plus school and district-level groups including School Improvement Teams, Superintendent’s Employee Advisory Council, district curriculum teams, and Poverty education. Featured Presentations Tiffany has facilitated professional development on creating and analyzing formative assessments, classroom management, critical thinking, graphing calculator applications, operational strategies, and teacher planning and organization among others. She enjoys working to transform dull tasks into engaging and successful
learning experiences by working with teachers to identify areas of greatest need. For three years, she traveled all over the United States as a Professional Development Facilitator for Discovery Education working with students and teachers in Math, Science, and STEM.