Tiffinee

Tiffinee

  • Occupation: Administrative Assistant
  • Hometown: Anacortes, WA
  • Tenure: 4 years
  • College: Western Governor's University

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Occupation:  Administrative Assistant

High School:  Anacortes High School (Anacortes, WA)

College: estern Governor's University

Major or Degree:  B.A. Elementary Education

Years as a Sea Gal:  4 Years

Dance Background: I started dancing at the age of 4 and was trained in classical ballet, jazz, and contemporary styles. I began my training at Fidalgo Performing Arts Center under the direction of Sonya McNett and continued my training at Northwest Ballet Theater under the direction of John Bishop. Competing at conventions such as Tremaine, New York Dance Alliance, Urban Jamm, and L.A. Danceforce was a large part of my dance background. I spent my sophomore, junior, and senior year cheering for my hometown team….the Seahawks!

Hobbies: When I am not working, practicing, or going to school my husband and I love to go to concerts. Some of our favorites that we have seen are Alter Bridge, Chris Cornell, Slash, Ozzy, Shinedown, and Nickelback. I also love to scrapbook. One day when my kids have kids it will be great to reflect back on and all of the wonderful things that happened.

Major Goal I Have Met:  I recently took a position working for one of the most innovative business and IT consulting firms around. This is a significant milestone for me and I am thrilled to be a part of their team!

Best Experience: For the past two years I have had the privilege of going to the Winter Special Olympics in Wenatchee, WA. Being there to support and encourage the athletes as they compete is an experience I will never forget. I hope to be involved in the Special Olympics Organization for many years to come.

How I Stay Fit: I strive to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle by eating plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables. I love going to Gold’s Gym to condition and tone.

Best Advice: One of my dear friends Larry who is also a Special Olympic athlete had a wonderful philosophy on life. His advice was to “take a deep breath and relax… Take one day at a time and try not to let the stress of life get to you.” To this day his advice resides in me. His personality and positive outlook on life is something I will always remember.

Best Part of Being a Sea Gal: Aside from the dancing, game day, and my amazing teammates, the best part of being a Sea Gal is working out in the community. As a Sea Gal there are many events and charities I am humbled to participate in. There are also many long-lasting friendships and memories to be made along the way.

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Occupation:  Administrative Assistant

High School:  Anacortes High School (Anacortes, WA)

College: estern Governor's University

Major or Degree:  B.A. Elementary Education

Years as a Sea Gal:  4 Years

Dance Background: I started dancing at the age of 4 and was trained in classical ballet, jazz, and contemporary styles. I began my training at Fidalgo Performing Arts Center under the direction of Sonya McNett and continued my training at Northwest Ballet Theater under the direction of John Bishop. Competing at conventions such as Tremaine, New York Dance Alliance, Urban Jamm, and L.A. Danceforce was a large part of my dance background. I spent my sophomore, junior, and senior year cheering for my hometown team….the Seahawks!

Hobbies: When I am not working, practicing, or going to school my husband and I love to go to concerts. Some of our favorites that we have seen are Alter Bridge, Chris Cornell, Slash, Ozzy, Shinedown, and Nickelback. I also love to scrapbook. One day when my kids have kids it will be great to reflect back on and all of the wonderful things that happened.

Major Goal I Have Met:  I recently took a position working for one of the most innovative business and IT consulting firms around. This is a significant milestone for me and I am thrilled to be a part of their team!

Best Experience: For the past two years I have had the privilege of going to the Winter Special Olympics in Wenatchee, WA. Being there to support and encourage the athletes as they compete is an experience I will never forget. I hope to be involved in the Special Olympics Organization for many years to come.

How I Stay Fit: I strive to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle by eating plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables. I love going to Gold’s Gym to condition and tone.

Best Advice: One of my dear friends Larry who is also a Special Olympic athlete had a wonderful philosophy on life. His advice was to “take a deep breath and relax… Take one day at a time and try not to let the stress of life get to you.” To this day his advice resides in me. His personality and positive outlook on life is something I will always remember.

Best Part of Being a Sea Gal: Aside from the dancing, game day, and my amazing teammates, the best part of being a Sea Gal is working out in the community. As a Sea Gal there are many events and charities I am humbled to participate in. There are also many long-lasting friendships and memories to be made along the way.

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