Mayor's Unity Breakfast
Monday, January 15, 2018
TIFFANY RANDLE TO SERVE AS KEYNOTE SPEAKER AT MAYOR’S UNITY BREAKFAST
Jacksonville Mayor Andy Ezard announced today that the featured keynote speaker for the Mayor’s Unity Breakfast is Tiffany Randle, of Springfield, Illinois. The Mayor’s Unity Breakfast, honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., will be held at 7:30 a.m. on Monday, January 15, 2018, at Hamilton’s, 110 North East Street, Jacksonville, Illinois.
Tiffany Randle is an entrepreneur, mentor, dreamer and over all multifaceted individual. She is the Parent Educator at Washington Middle School, of District 186 in Springfield IL.
Tiffany was born in Chicago, IL where she began her educational journey and learned at an early age that being inquisitive would gain her knowledge beyond her years. She later attended J. Sterling Morton West High School in Berwyn, IL, where she became the first African American Class President, Homecoming Queen, and Prom Queen. Tiffany was also one of few chosen students to attend The John Marshall Law School camp for high school students. If these achievements weren't enough, Tiffany was chosen to be a part of Who’s Who Among American High School Students, and one of the few elite members of Future Leaders of Chicago.
Tiffany is an Alumni of Western Illinois University where she studied Psychology and Law Enforcement and Justice Administration. She volunteered as a Big for Big Brothers Big Sisters and was also an SOS Leader.
Today, along with being a parent educator, Tiffany mentors young women grades 8 - 12 through her own business, I Am ENOUGH. She helps these young women eliminate the negative obstacles in their lives while uniting generational hope. Her passion is vivid. Her effort is limitless. Tiffany truly strives to be the light that's drives out darkness.
Reservations for the Mayor's Unity Breakfast are recommended by calling Mayor Ezard's office at 217.479.4610. Tickets also are available from Anna Belle Blue at 217.245.9367 or Peggy Howlett at 217.370.0948. Tickets are $10 per person and are available at the door. Doors open at 7 a.m. The public is invited to attend.