Tiffany McClelland is a quality assurance Course Support Specialist for Digital Learning. Tiffany earned her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education (History) from the University of Arizona. Before joining the Digital Learning, she spent 12 years teaching American and World History at the high school level. She is passionate about all learners having access to education and helping to ensure that their learning experiences are supporting their learning styles.
In her free time, she enjoys cooking and baking with her husband, yoga, British television programs, and wrangling her two rescue dogs.
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