Tiffany Pogue is a native to Mobile, AL. She is a community organizer, mental health advocate, empowerment activist, and youth mentor. After reflecting on the achievements of those who came before her, she honors the legacy of her ancestors in everything she does.
As an alumni of the University of South Alabama, holding a Bachelor's degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology, Tiffany utilizes her degree by developing programs, initiatives, and events that curate moments of empowerment and awareness.
Tiffany is the founder of the Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama’s Annual Advocates for Girls Conference - where young girls learn from and connect with prominent women in the Mobile community. She is a lifetime member and community liaison of the Clotilda Descendants Association. Also, she is on the founding Executive Board for Stand Up Mobile and adds a Gen-Z perspective to the organization. Tiffany Pogue has a strong passion for creating change in the world and believes that starts within her own community, Mobile, AL.