Tiffany Davidson oversees eight of Great Schools Partnership’s 16 Community Schools. As field supervisor, Tiffany is responsible for providing day-to-day supervision to school-based Community Schools resource coordinators, as well as developing and maintaining relationships with school principals and staff, and partner organizations throughout the community to advance the success of the Community Schools strategy.
Tiffany was promoted into the field supervisor’s position in 2017, after serving as Christenberry Elementary Community School’s site resource coordinator for three years and as a peer coach for several resource coordinators. Prior to joining Great Schools, Tiffany worked as campus manager with Project GRAD, as a case manager at Cherokee Health Systems working with the homeless populations, and as a family advocate for the Child Advocacy Center of the Third Judicial District.
Tiffany specifically supervises the following Community Schools: Beaumont Magnet Academy, Belle Morris Elementary, Christenberry Elementary, Lonsdale Elementary, Maynard Elementary, Northwest Middle, Norwood Elementary and Whittle Springs Middle schools.
In addition to her work with Great Schools Partnership, Tiffany is a member of the state’s Community Schools Coalition and serves on the steering committee and the professional network learning committee.
Tiffany holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Tusculum College and master’s degree in criminal justice from Bethel University. Born and raised in Knoxville, Tiffany and her husband, Dexter have three children: Nicholas, Riya and Kallie. During her free time, Tiffany enjoys family game nights, eating at new restaurants, Pinterest surfing, baking and practicing calligraphy.