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Tiffany Purnell is a lover of all things pageantry. She is a competitor in Mrs. Pageants and she currently holds the title of Mrs. Tennessee USA Worldwide. Tiffany is the founder of S.A.S.H.®, Students Against Self-Hatred. S.A.S.H® is a program that was developed to help build confidence in and empower young girls. S.A.S.H.® programs are being implemented in communities across America. Tiffany’s goal is to have a program implemented in every state in America and in communities across the world. Tiffany also hosts, SASHversations with Rosanne Plante, Ms. Worldwide. SASHversations is a podcast that empowers titleholders and highlights their accomplishments/achievements. Tiffany is a firm believer in the empowerment of young girls and women. She has hosted many women empowerment workshops and she is a strong voice for women empowerment. Tiffany also is a pageant judge and have judged numerous pageants across the state of Tennessee. Tiffany is extremely busy, as a wife, teacher, and doctoral student.
Pageant Titles Held:
- Mrs. Madison County America, 2016
- Mrs. Madison County International, 2017
- Mrs. Tennessee USA Worldwide, 2018
- Mrs. Photogenic
- Mrs. Tennessee America pageant, 2016
- Community Service Award and People’s Choice Award-Mrs. Tennessee International, 2017
Fashion Shows: Runway model in the annual, Macy’s Go Red for Women Fashion Show
- Teacher of the Year for Humboldt City Schools, 2018
- Founder of S.A.S.H.® (Students Against Self-Hatred)
- Host/Founder of Podcast, SASHversations
- Implemented S.A.S.H.® programs in communities in, Nebraska, Tennessee, and Mississippi
- Author, Find Your Inner Queen: The 5 Day Confidence Boosting Challenge (E-book)
- Received Proclamation, in honor of S.A.S.H.®, from Tennessee Governor, Bill Haslam