Tiffany Pittman is an award-winning writer and TV producer with over 15 years of experience in the media and entertainment industries whose work has been featured on networks such as Lifetime Television, VH1, and MTV.
Currently, Tiffany creates engaging stories and experiences for TV, video, digital media, and live events for brands, companies, and organizations through her content development and production company, Smile Back Girl Productions.
When she’s not writing and producing, Tiffany shares her storytelling gifts as a voiceover artist, actress, and model for companies such as Disney, TomBoyX and PETA.
She’s a former producer/director for the Lifetime Television show The Balancing Act. It’s a daily lifestyle and entertainment talk show that features hot topics, headlines, and brand awareness through everyday solutions for everything from finances to fashion.
Tiffany helped launch and develop a similar talk show called The Morning Blend on WFTX FOX 4 in the Fort Myers area. She was the producer, fill-in co-host and known as Mrs. Fabuless for her time and money-saving tips in the show’s Fabuless segment.
Some of Tiffany’s most fun and interesting work has been producing for I Want a Famous Face. The controversial MTV News and Documentaries show documented the journeys of young adults getting plastic surgery. She also story edited the life and experiences of the “Hulkster” for Hogan Knows Best, which debuted in 2005 as the highest-rated show in VH1 history.
Her prior producing credits include WFTV Channel 9 Eyewitness News, Orange TV and Vision TV in Orlando, where Tiffany not only produced but also reported and hosted the Telly award-winning On With the Show that highlighted youth-oriented theater performances and events. Plus, she held a public affairs position at WSB Channel 2 Action News in Atlanta.
In addition to Tiffany’s producing and on-air positions, she has been a public speaker and spokesperson for companies such as Monster Campus and Oticon USA. She has also been a featured guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show in the Bill O’Reilly Town Hall Meeting episode.
Tiffany began her broadcast journalism career at Florida A&M University, where she received a B.S. degree in broadcast journalism with a concentration in apparel studies at Florida State University in 2001. Her passion for TV and entertainment started in early childhood when she produced, acted and directed scenes and plays in a drama troupe and hosted the music video segment for the morning announcements at Robinswood Middle School in Orlando. These experiences led to commercials and appearances on Nickelodeon and The Family Channel.
Tiffany enjoys learning about metaphysics and the mind, doing anything outdoors in nature, comedy clubs, listening to the Wu-Tang Clan, and serving as the Sponsorship Chair for ColorComm Women of Color in Communications Miami Chapter.