Tiffany Wong

Professional Bio 

Tiffany Lynn Wong, MFA, hails from Watsonville, California. She has been a Writing Program Lecturer at the University of California Santa Cruz since 2006 where she teaches classes ranging from Mindfulness of the Creative Experience to Writing on the Asian Diaspora. She is also affiliated with Rachel Carson, Porter, and Crown College at UCSC where she has taught Writing Across the Arts, Writing on the Environment and Society, and Ethical Issues on Emerging Technologies. She received her MFA from UCSC in Digital Arts and New Media and her BA in Writing and Visual Arts from Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York. Her poetry has most recently been published in Bloom Literary Journal and Gertrude Journal.

Area of Expertise 

While on hiatus from university work from 2009-2013, I became the Santa Cruz Area Director for Club Z! In-home Tutoring Services where I helped secure grant funding and was responsible for managing a tutoring program that served 200+ low-income students each year in the lowest performing public school in Santa Cruz County. During this time, I worked with a variety of public and private entities, each claiming to be in the best interest of the students.

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Professional Title 
Lecturer