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Wednesday, August 28, 2019

City Club Team Spotlight: Tiffany France

Alyssa Giannirakis

City Club Team Spotlight: Tiffany France

Name: Tiffany France

Position on the City Club Staff: Office and Customer Experience Coordinator

Neighborhood/Suburb where you live: I live in Richmond Heights.

Tell us a bit about yourself:
I was born and raised in Cleveland. New York City is my favorite city; I lived there for five years. If I am not working, I am spending my time with family and friends. I enjoy traveling, dining out, and attending concerts. I also have my own clothing line, three.rtw. I started three.rtw with my family and we often have pop up shops around the city.

How long have you been on the team of the City Club?
I have been with the City Club for nine months.

What is your favorite part about working at the City Club?
My favorite part of the City Club is working alongside some of the smartest and coolest individuals, and the opportunity to be a part of an organization that focuses on the needs of the community.

Tell us about a recent forum that you enjoyed:
I recently enjoyed the forum with Paula Stone Williams and John Williams, She's Still My Dad: A Parent's Transition and a Son's Redemption – it was bold, honest and full of transparency. I particularly enjoyed our audience questions and the speaker’s responses on faith and gender identity.

What’s one of your favorite ‘hidden gems’ in Greater Cleveland?
My favorite restaurant here is Batuqui on Larchmere in Shaker Heights. It is small, quant, Brazilian and delicious. I also love the city of Chagrin Falls, my Dad was raised there. I visit often and love to run and walk along downtown Chagrin Falls, enjoy ice cream, and sit and watch the falls.

What tip would you share with someone who is attending their first forum at the City Club?
I would share that you should come as you are. We are not worried about what you have on or what hairstyle you have. You don’t have to be a member; we want all people to be a part of important conversations. So don’t be afraid to join us! Our doors are open to all.

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Traci C. - September 05, 2019

I wish I had known about The City Club of Cleveland when I was growing up, in addition, the opportunity to meet wonderful, pleasant people like Tiffany. Tiffany is warm, kind, enthusiastic and a pleasure to converse with. I look forward to coming to The City Club *because* of people like Tiffany. The City Club of Cleveland made an impeccable decision hiring Tiffany...thank you Tiffany for your welcoming and uplifting attitude, your active listening and for simply caring - you are an extraordinary and knowledgeable person and I hope your career flourishes.

Vincent T. Lombardo - September 03, 2019

I am always raving about how wonderful the City Club staff is, and Tiffany is one of my absolute favorites! I can always rely on her to take good care of me when I am making or cancelling a reservation, and to assist me when I am having trouble buying a ticket or getting a refund. Tiffany takes care of business, and she is also a delight to deal with, always friendly and warm! I am very happy that she is on the City Club Team!

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