Tiffany Flunory De’Bellott is the Program Co-Director of In Real Life (IRL) after-school network. IRL is a coordinating network of real life experiences and opportunities for middle school youth after school. Tiffany was born in Brooklyn, NY and relocated to Asheville winter of 1997. As a young woman and single mother, Tiffany displayed grit and determination to succeed. In 2010, she graduated with her Bachelors in Psychology from the College of New Rochelle. Shortly after graduation, Tiffany dedicated her life to youth development and community activism.
Sitting on various boards and grassroots organization planning committee’s afforded Tiffany sharp leadership skills that are vital for economic mobility and community engagement. Hood Talk, Green Opportunities, Asheville Writers in The Schools and Communities, Asheville Parks and Rec Advisory Board, and recently Asheville Human Relations Commission are a few of Tiffany’s affiliations. She believes these resources are tools to help bring the voices that are less heard to the table. Tiffany has two daughters who often accompany her to community events. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, arts & crafts, and spending quality time with family and friends. If you would like to know more about Tiffany follow her on Facebook facebook.com/tiffany.flunorydebellott.