Founder & Board President
Tiffany Maciel is a lifetime resident of San José and attended Olinder Elementary School and San José High School in San José Unified School District. She is the proud mother of two neurodiverse school-aged children.
A strong advocate for children and equity-based social justice across all sectors of society, Tiffany has a demonstrated history of building and leading effective teams to successfully implement organization wide process changes, in both the global-corporate and nonprofit sectors. Her ability to determine impact and to foresee the human reaction to proposed changes are key to her success.
Tiffany believes in the power of shared delight and enjoys sharing music, literature, art, and time in nature with her children.
Mills College – BA in Research Psychology with a Minor in Anthropology and a Certification in Circle of Security Attachment Based Early Intervention
City of San José Human Services Commission, Disability Representative
City of San José Disability Awareness Day Planning Committee
Mills College Alumnae Secretary Class of 2010
Circle of Security Parent Training Facilitator
Children’s Agenda Network
Santa Clara County Office of Education Special Education Task Force
The Inclusion Collaborative
Former Chair, San José Unified Community Advisory Committee for Special Education (CACSE) 2013-2016