Tiffany Denine Bush was recently elected to represent Jackson State University's Department of Urban and Regional Planning (DURP) as Student Representative to the Mississippi Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA MS). In the recent election held by DURP’s Student Planning Association (SPA), Tiffany campaigned on a platform that promised a commitment to establishing and maintaining a strong a relationship between APA MS. She stated adamantly, “The connections we establish with this organization and our education endeavors will only increase our professional success as planners."
Tiffany earned the Associate of Science Degree in Paralegal Technology from Hinds Community College. Maintaining a high grade point average, she made the Dean’s List each semester and received Student of the Year Award. She later graduated Magna cum Laude from Jackson State University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Urban Studies.
During her tenure at Jackson State, Tiffany received several internship assignments and more recently an assignment as a graduate assistant with JSU's Institute of Government. She worked with CPAT of APA MS in Quitman. Her work with CPAT included helping with public forums, interviewing community stakeholders, researching the town's history, and providing suggestions for downtown Quitman development.
Tiffany is the wife of Rodreekas Bush and mother to Rodreekas T. Bush and Brennen Bush. Her Urban and Regional Planning concentration is Community Development and Housing.