Tiffany is a pioneer in the green building and waste prevention industry. Throughout her career, she has maintained the belief that the route to environmentally responsible building practices is fundamentally tied to green business decisions that fortify productivity and amplify profitability. Since 1994, she has served as president of Wilmot Inc., a sustainability and green building consulting firm providing clients with innovative, high performance approaches to improve health, protect the environment and save money. Under her leadership, Wilmot has managed a wide variety of large-scale public and private-sector projects for clients such as GM, the US Army, Metro Nashville, Vice President Al Gore, and the Coors Co. Wilmot Inc. just completed work with Nashville’s new $595M convention center, Music City Center, which attained Gold LEED certification. As an adjunct professor at both Vanderbilt and Lipscomb, Ms. Wilmot teaches Green Building in the undergraduate and in the MBA programs. Ms. Wilmot is 1 of 6 national experts selected to write the U.S. HUD Development study entitled, “Feasibility Study of Deconstruction as an Economic Development Strategy.” She served on the Mayor’s Green Ribbon Committee as co-chair of the Energy and Building Subcommittee; additionally she is a founding member of Tennessee Women in Green (TWIG). She is a LEED Accredited Professional and a licensed building contractor. She holds an MBA from Georgia State University and a BA from Duke University