Columbus School District
Career Coach Tiffinie Johnson knows a thing or two about careers. During her career as a branch manager with Enterprise Holdings, she learned how to run a business, manage people and develop employees to help them reach their full potential. As a member of the Education Committee with the Columbus Lowndes Chamber of commerce, she helped put many students on the path to success.
She became a Career Coach because of her desire to help students succeed in life beyond high school. “I want to make sure that our students have basic life and job attainment skills, as well as college and career readiness,” Tiffinie said. “I help students identify their personal goals, develop leadership skills and find employment in today’s workforce.”
A graduate of Mississippi State University, Tiffinie holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in marketing. When she’s not busy as a Career Coach, she can usually be found cheering for her own daughters in sports, cheerleading, dance events and other competitions.