Tiffini Jones is a dancer, dance teacher, and choreographer based in New York City. She grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, where she began her training at age 3. In 2015, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Dance at Goucher College with a double concentration in Dance History and Dance Performance. At Goucher, she performed in works by Jon Lehrer, Amy Seiwart, and Doug Elkins, restaged Doris Humphrey’s Air for the G String from a Labanotation score, was one of two candidates to study abroad for a semester at Taipei National University of the Arts, and was the Dance Captain and a cast member in The Producers and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. In 2017, she earned her Master of Arts at NYU Steinhardt in Dance Education in the Teaching Students K-12 track. At NYU she performed in multiple student and faculty works and gained her student-teaching experience at P.S. 506 and The Beacon School. Post-graduation, she has taught dance at various institutions such as At Your Beat Brooklyn, Rutgers University, New York University, and University of North Texas. She currently teaches at the Steffi Nossen School of Dance and Steps Youth Programs. She is also a Teacher’s Assistant, Demonstrator, Rehearsal Director, and Dancer for Kim Elliott Dance. Tiffini has choreographed and continues to choreograph many stage and screen projects. Her works include Broadway Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, and Heels pieces performed by the Beacon Dance Company at The Beacon School as well as music videos for Lord Baltimore and Brittaney Delsarte Chatman. Tiffini’s operational roles in the dance field include Administrative Assistant and A/V Technician at Steps on Broadway/Steps Youth Programs and Operations Associate at Gibney Dance.