Meet Tiffany Lindsey!
Tiffany Lindsey is licensed professional counselor working as a Policy Analyst for Chapin Hall. She collaborates with child serving agencies to implement the strategies of safety science to create a Safety Culture in child welfare work. Prior to this, Tiffany was a quality improvement director for the Tennessee Department of Children Services. She was foundational to the creation and successful implementation of a critical incident review model acknowledged as a “gold standard” in child death reviews. Tiffany was a primary contributor to the development of the Safe Systems Improvement Tool—the Praed Foundation’s first-of-its-kind, multipurpose, information integration tool for use in quality improvement activities.
Tiffany serves as adjunct faculty in the School for Graduate and Continuing Studies at Trevecca Nazarene University and owns a small mental health counseling practice in Lebanon, Tennessee. She enjoys equestrian events in her spare time and partners with her husband, Jesse, in competitive ballroom dancing. Jesse and Tiffany have a daughter, Cadence, and live in Mount Juliet, Tennessee.
Tiffany holds a Doctor of Education in Leadership and Professional Practice from Trevecca Nazarene University, a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy/Professional Counseling from Johnson University and a Bachelor of Art in Counseling from Johnson University.
You can reach Tiffany by contacting her at firstname.lastname@example.org!