As the daughter of a career Air Force officer, Tiffany Craig Brown has traveled the world, living in such exotic places as Ethiopia and Japan. Some of her first memories include bathing beneath waterfalls in the African bush. She also saw first-hand the effects of extreme poverty and disease which taught her to appreciate how lucky she was to have been born an American.
After a tour in the Army and a brief marriage, Tiffany moved to San Diego, California with her two young children and enrolled in college. Three years later, she transferred to California State University, Sacramento, where she earned a B.S. in Business Administration.
Following her two years as a financial consultant, Tiffany used her financial knowledge and writing skills to gain the position of Corporate Communications Manager for an investment firm where she met her husband. She spent the next 20 years working in various capacities within the communications field.
In 1992, she was diagnosed with Type I Diabetes.
Tiffany's interest in Sacramento city and county politics came during her years as Managing Editor of the Natomas Journal and as a board member of the Natomas Business Association. Although she loved the work, the twelve-hour days began to affect her health so she made the decision to resign and follow her dream of writing a book.
Tiffany is currently a member of the Natomas Schools Foundation Board of Directors and continues to volunteer her time to other community organizations.
Tiffany resides in Sacramento, California with her husband Tim. Her grown children live nearby and visit often.