Meet our Institute Coordinator
Tiffany Warren, B.S. Occupational Edu,
M.Ed. Special Education, M.S.-Admin. & Leadership
Mrs. Tiffany Warren was born in Las Vegas and raised in
Southern California before moving to San Antonio, Texas.
She obtained her Bachelor’s of Science in Occupational
Education with a Minor in Elementary Education and a
Master’s of Education with a concentration in Special
Education from Wayland Baptist University in San Antonio,
TX. She attended Nova Southwest University while in
Florida where she received her second Masters in
Education Administration and Leadership (M.E.A.L.).
In addition, as a National Certified Circle Literacy Trainer, Mrs. Warren has provided support to over 3,000 teachers with more than 20,000 hours mentoring experience throughout the years. She has taught in many capacities specializing in Pre-K for over 22 years in San Antonio, Texas. She has collaborated with the UT Houston Health Science's Center during the Early Education Movement as a mentor with the Texas School Readiness Project (TSR) in association with Family Services of San Antonio’s Head Start Program, and has assisted in the transition of teachers to increased effectiveness with professional development which transferred into high quality instruction that led to school readiness for pre-k and head start students.
Mrs. Tiffany Warren has served as an Assistant Director of the Educator Effectiveness Process (EEP) for five years. She has managed day-to-day operations while guiding Executive Expert Teacher Leaders (EETL), supporting Superintendents, Principals, and Expert Teacher Leaders (ETL), and has maintained a certification for Teacher Observation Trainer under the Educator Effectiveness Process (EEP). Based on her passion for teacher growth and improvement, she has owned a consultation service for the past two years, and believes in effective support while providing “Healing, Educator, Learning, Process” (H.E.L.P) in a unique way! One of her core beliefs is that teachers have all the tools they need through the understanding of strategic teaching, implementation of tools, and the importance of teacher-student relationships are variables that can be enhanced to improve teachers’ effectiveness and confidence.