Tiffany Jonas graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Journalism degree in advertising from the Missouri School of Journalism, a top journalism school, and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She is a member of Mensa, an organization for those who have tested in the top 2% of the population on a standardized intelligence test, a past president of the South Carolina chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners, and one of the Charleston Regional Business Journal’s 2008 Forty Under 40, honoring those who have achieved professional success while contributing to the community.

She began her marketing career in the Fortune 500 and went on to found The AIO Group, a branding and marketing firm specializing in marketing to mass affluent women. Today she manages the verbal branding division at Addison Whitney, a global brand firm that specializes in verbal branding, visual branding, brand strategy, and market research. There she focuses on brand naming and corporate identity development for clients in the consumer, business-to-business, healthcare, and technology fields.

Tiffany has been the two-time recipient of an 11-state award, honored at the Chicago Book & Media Show, and the New York Times has called her work as “well-produced” and “elegant.” She has published and spoken to national business audiences on effective marketing and branding, and has worked with clients including Procter & Gamble, Ross-Simons, Goodyear, Microsoft, Gilead, Duchesnay, and Cupcake.

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