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Tiffany Thames Copeland, Ph.D. works as a Professor at Montgomery College and as the Radio Station Coordinator/General Manager for the college radio station, WMCR.
Beforehand, she produced the news segment called, "The Daily Drum," which airs on WHUR 96.3FM and H.U.R. Voices, Sirius XM Channel 141. She also produced "Taking it to the Streets," which airs during "The Steve Harvey Morning Show" on WHUR 96.3. Previously, Tiffany was a jazz host for WRTI FM in Philadelphia. Then she operated as a radio news reporter/anchor for WJOL AM in the Chicago metropolitan area; and she continued news/reporting and anchoring for WVAZ, and she wrote news stories for an NBC affiliate in Miami through Metro Networks.
Tiffany was Associate Director of Education at Brown Mackie College and she was selected by the college president to give the keynote speech at a graduation ceremony.
Tiffany is a recent graduate of Howard University's Communication, Culture, and Media Studies, doctoral program. She has a Master's Degree from Temple University in African American Studies, a Master's Degree from Southern Illinois University in Mass Communications, and a Bachelor's Degree from Millikin University in Psychology.
Tiffany is a member of the American Association of University Professors, and she is a recipient of the Smithsonian Faculty Fellowship and Howard University’s Board of Trustees Scholarship. She also served on the President's Advisory Committee for Equity and Inclusion.