Another dodgy FEMA contract:With No Employees and No Experience, an Atlanta Woman Got $156 Million to Provide 30 Million Relief Meals to Puerto Rico
Shockingly, a single person with no experience and no employees was unable to conjure up millions of meals on the spot.
The primary reason is financial resources, and lack of support,” she said. She says FEMA was the real problem. “They need to really shore up their infrastructure for payment for their contractors,” Brown said. “If you want someone to provide a service of $155 million, you really should pay or wire transfer within 24 hours or pay a percentage.”
Brown told CNN she plans to sue the government for $70 million.
Her web site is down, but the cached version is out there. Don't see anything that qualifies her for this, she's all over the place.
Dr. Tiffany Brown is no stranger to hard work and putting forth a strong effort to create success. The native of Atlanta has taken great pride in her education and strives to continue broadening her knowledge. Graduating with a degree in Political Science from the prestigious Spelman College in 2001, a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Clark Atlanta in 2004 and also a Doctorate in Public Policy from Walden University in 2009, Dr. Brown earned these achievements through determination and the desire to achieve her goals.
She has held positions with the United States Government Accountability Office, Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, Georgia Law Center for the Homeless, Georgia Conservation Voters, Supreme Court of Georgia, Equifax, Coca-Cola Enterprises, and Atlanta Bar Association. Upon Graduation from Walden University, she has truly impacted change as an academic and practitioner. Dr. Brown is a former 2009 Write-in Atlanta Mayoral Candidate and owner of 3 companies:
Tribute Contracting LLC, a minority owned government consulting firm (with Three FEMA Contracts over a span of five that equals 10.8 million and 1 million sales this year alone)
Tiffany Brown Designs- women’s clothing line
Tiffany Brown Holdings Inc.- Consulting firm that have five divisions: entertainment, vending, radio, food, nonprofit management and book publishing
Luxe Fuel- A beverage delivery software app
She is the an author of several books: Daily Reflections of Life: A Book of Affirmations for the Ambitious (2010), Prayers of a Faithful Woman (2011), Anger: How to Control It So It Won’t Control You (2014) and Beware: The Risks to Faith Based organizations regarding political advocacy and corporate sponsorship (October 2018 Release).
In 2010, She was honored as a “Influencer” by BOSS Network for my social media activity (Twitter @drtiffanybrown) as a motivator force. The BOSS Network is a women’s empowerment alliance dedicated to highlighting women and creating opportunities for growth through networking beyond events. BOSS was named among the top 100 websites and one of the top 10 career sites for women in 2010 by Forbes.com
She is also an avid runner. She just completed her eighth Peachtree Road race and currently training for her eighth Thanksgiving Half Marathon. She is a member of National Coalition of 100 Black Women MECCA Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated and active member of Impact Church where Rev Olu Brown is the Senior Pastor. She is the former President of the Women’s Usher Board, Corporate Sponsorship Coordinator, Board of Trustees and Vice Chair of Church Council. She is also on the Board of Directors of Beauty Recycled Foundation, and United Methodist Children’s Home.