Degrees / Education

  • EdD, Human & Organizational Learning, The George Washington University, 2012
  • MA, Human Resources, Webster University, 2005
  • BS, Environmental Engineering & French, United States Military Academy, 2000

Research Interests

Project management, Project communications, Diversity & Inclusion

Areas of Study

Featured Awards

  • Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. - Zeta Delta Zeta Chapter, Honoring Excellence in Burlington County: Excellence in Leadership, May 2018
  • National Hook Up of Black Women Camden Chapter, Dedicated & Involved in Volunteer Advocacy (DIVA) Award recipient, May 2018
  • The Senate & General Assembly Join Legislative Resolution for meritorious record of leadership and commitment, February 2018
  • NJ Black Businesses, Best Non-Profit Award, November 2017
  • Philadelphia Business Journal: 40 under 40, April 2017
  • Willingboro Township: Phenomenal Woman Award, March 2017
  • Willingboro Education Association: Willingboro's Finest Community Organization, May 2016
  • Advisory Council on Women and the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders: Outstanding Woman of Burlington County (NJ), March 2016
  • US Senator Robert Menendez: Certificate of Special Senate Recognition for outstanding and invaluable service to the community, March 2016
  • Day & Zimmermann: Betterment Award (Diversity & Inclusion), November 2013; Nominated 2014 (Across the Boundaries Partnerships), Nominated 2016 (Community Service), Nominated 2017 (Community Service)
  • Drexel University, Samuel Mercer, Jr. Teaching Award, Recognizes a faculty member for outstanding achievement in instruction,
  • May 2015 US Army, Bronze Star Medal, 2006 Meritorious service in Operation Iraqi Freedom

Biography

Dr. Tiffani Worthy is an authentic leader with a diverse background that spans nearly 20 years across various industries. The common thread in all that she does is her commitment to developing others and her passion for learning. After graduating from the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York Dr. Worthy served in the Army. She was stationed in Korea, deployed to Baghdad in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, and served at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Dr. Worthy was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for her meritorious service in Operation Iraqi Freedom. After the Army, Dr. Worthy joined The George Washington University in Washington, DC as a Human Resources Director. Then, she was selected to serve as the Director of Learning and Organizational Development at M.C. Dean, in Dulles, Virginia, one of the nation’s premier electrical engineering firms. There she managed a team of 20 learning professionals and oversaw a $4.5 million budget. Currently, Dr. Worthy serves as the Senior Director of Training & Development for Day & Zimmermann’s Engineering, Construction & Maintenance, a $2 billion organization where she leads and manages training programs and talent development for over 20,000 employees. Dr. Worthy loves learning and educating. She joined Drexel University as an adjunct professor in 2012 where she designs and teaches project management and courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels. In 2017 she joined Messiah College as an adjunct professor where she designs and teaches a course in diversity and leadership. Dr. Worthy holds a B.S. in Environmental Engineering & French from the United States Military Academy in West Point, NY; a Master of Arts in Human Resources Management from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri; and a Doctorate of Education in Human and Organizational Learning from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. In her community, Willingboro, Dr. Worthy is the Founder and CEO of a 501c3 nonprofit organization, All Things Are Possible (ATAP) Foundation. Their mission is to empower the youth and to enhance the community through academics, athletics, arts and awareness. She is married to Pastor Carlos Worthy, has three children, and resides in Willingboro, New Jersey.

Select Publications

  • Transforming training from a procedure to a program, April 15, 2015,
  • Plant Engineering Magazine Bridging the Talent Gap, October 2012,
  • Electric Light & Power Knowledge Sharing Among a Community of Project Managers, January 2012, Dissertation