Tiffanie Rosier, Career Coach

Thomas Nelson Community College/York High School and owner of AllStar Photobooth

1991 graduate of York County Schools and holds a (2016) Virginia Community College Career Coach Certification, (1995) Bachelor of Arts from James Madison University with an emphasis on Public Relations and Master of Arts in Education with a focus on Higher Education from Western Kentucky University (1997) and is a Certified Myers Briggs Practitioner (2013).

Prior to her work at Thomas Nelson/York High School, she served as the Director of Employer Partnerships ad Internships at the University of Central Florida where she coordinated internship and certification opportunities for students as well as served as an Assistant Director of the Cohen Career Center at the College of William & Mary.  Tiffanie served as a Regional Trainer and Branch Manager in the Corporate Sector, with Woodforest National Bank and as an Assistant Director at the Career Management Center at Old Dominion University.  While employed at ODU, she was a part of a Team that received the National Association of Colleges and Employers Top Award (The Chevron Award) for Outstanding Achievement and Innovation.

Prior to working in Career Centers, she spent 10 years working within Residence Life Departments at North Carolina State University, James Madison University and Western Kentucky University and has presented programs and training sessions on a variety of topics at the local, state and national levels.

In her spare time Tiffanie enjoys creating lasting photographic memories with clients through her business AllStar Photobooth, serving as an Ambassador with the Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce, being a Committee Chair with the International Live Events Association and loves volunteering her time with various special populations and cause related events in the community.

Being asked to serve on the council is a way for Tiffanie to give back to JMU and have the opportunity to create awareness about the philanthropic endeavors of Women for Madison, along with the services and community spirit of those connected with JMU in the Tidewater Area!

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