Entrepreneur and philanthropist Tiffany Wild joins host Jason Shupp and goes through her eclectic professional background. She shares how her numerous opportunities shaped her business acumen. Tiffany highlights how her understanding of human connectivity both created business opportunities and deepened relationships.
Tiffany Wild works as a mental health therapist at Chesterfield Counseling Associates after recently earning a Master of Arts in Counseling at Covenant Theological Seminary. Tiffany is a Business Owner/Entrepreneur who has taken an unconventional approach towards her current occupation. She worked alongside her husband in his restoration business, Paragon Certified Restoration, as the lead Business Developer.
Paragon was grown from the ground up, and after 13+ years in business, with 100+ employees, in three locations, the company was sold to a global company in 2016. This provided her with the opportunity to pursue other business interests as the Owner/Entrepreneur of Eat Fit Go, Energy Partners in Conservation, and Fortified Consulting. Tiffany has been involved in multiple business associations and does extensive nonprofit work, including 10+ years of Board tenure with Kidsmart, being a newly appointed Board member of A Seat At The Table, team lead and guide for 20+ international mission trips with The Global Orphan Project, and youth leader for teens at her local church.
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