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Tiffany Dena Loftin

Former President, USSA (United States Student Association)

Tiffany Dena Loftin was born and raised in California and in 2011 graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is a TRIO alumni, black student union activist, grassroots organizer, and speaker for safe communities and equal opportunity. At UCSC, she help mobilize communities of color to defend access and affordability for higher education. A powerful speaker and a charismatic organizer, Tiffany believes that education is right and not a privilege. Tiffany served as the President of the United States Student Association until 2013 and works now to train student leaders to amplifies the student voice on issues that affect young people and through grassroots campaigns mobilizes the masses to win concrete victories.

 

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