Tiffany Denee Jones

Founder & CEO, PinkChoseMe

Tiffany Denee Jones

Founder & CEO, PinkChoseMe

Biography

Tiffany Denee Jones is the founder and spokesperson of PinkChoseMe Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to spreading breast cancer awareness and supporting women diagnosed with the disease. As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Tiffany understands first-hand the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual impact a life-threatening disease can have, which is why she has dedicated her life to educating and helping others fight this illness. A native of Youngstown, Ohio, Tiffany developed a love of fashion at an early age. She entered the fashion industry in 2000, following in the footsteps of her mother, who was a model for Ebony Fashion Fair. Tiffany studied at the Fashion Institute of Technology, and in 2002, she was hired by industry icon Roberto Cavalli as a buyer. In this role, she worked with various celebrities and often introduced Hip-Hop and pop artists to couture fashion. Following her stint with Cavalli, Tiffany worked as a director at AEFFE Italian Fashion House, where she worked with some of the most exclusive luxury retailers in fashion such as Barney’s and Bergdof Goodman. In addition to her flair for fashion, Tiffany also has a talent for performing. In 2003, she made an appearance on the long-running soap opera, As the World Turns. It was also during this year when she began her foray into stand-up comedy, performing at New Comedy Club in New York City and local clubs in Los Angeles. She has also made many appearances in various commercials and modeling editorials. Tiffany is now a co-star of the original TV docu-series, Love in the City, airing on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network. On the show, viewers get to travel along with Tiffany as she navigates the ups and downs of running her nonprofit organization, maintaining close friendships and being in love in New York City. Tiffany enjoys giving back to others. In addition to her work with PinkChoseMe, she also sits on the Dublin Advisory Board for Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York.