Rebecca Tiffany

Co-Creator of BOLD, Founder Launch Cafe & ALX Associates

Rebecca Tiffany is an entrepreneur with a passion for launching concepts that touch lives and transform society.


Rebecca will be sharing her findings in how to capture attention and reach audiences at a heart level to cut through the noise and build high-impact communities and attachments for businesses and non-profits.

“Community is the fabric of human culture and existence. It’s woven into our biology and we need nurturing community as much as we need healthy food.” – Rebecca J. Tiffany


Rebecca has been recognized for professional accomplishments including helping create and lead the National Breast Center, an Alexandria organization that helped the lives of thousands of at-risk women. During her 4 years leading marketing for the DC region for Sentara Healthcare, her WHY Sentara initiative to help connect the community with care providers and bring a human touch to healthcare was featured in the Washington Post, on iHeartRadio & NBC, and subsequently achieved viral traction throughout the NoVa community, driving hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue and increasing local social media following and engagement over 1000%. For Healthmonix, she spearheaded the development of a healthcare analytics solution to reduce the costs of care delivery using MACRA value-based care data. And at ROAR for Good, her outreach programs demonstrating how wearable technology can help reduce assaults were featured in New York Times, Huffington Post, Fortune, MTV News, Entrepreneur Magazine, Marie Claire, and theSkimm. Her online social community entitled Medications of a Happy Parent – focused on helping inspire parents – garnered over 40,000 followers within a few months of launching.

Rebecca is currently serving as Virtual CMO of several technology and consumer products companies and is relied upon by numerous CEO’s and founders as a key advisor for revenue strategies, traction and connecting with audiences emotionally.

Becky’s Latest:

“My favorite part of community is learning about the people inside the community, connecting with them (and each other), and putting them in the spotlight.”

– Corey Brown

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“Understanding the necessity of healthy tribes, what they are made of, and learning how to cultivate trustworthiness could improve your quality of life, light up your bottom line, and transform the society we live in for the better.” – KiKi L’Italien