Tiffanie Robinson

In February 2019, Tiffanie Robinson joined the AOC team as an Administrative Assistant.

Tiffanie grew up in East Atlanta then attended Tucker High school. She began college at Georgia Perimeter College and later earned her B.A. in Business with a minor in Accounting from the University of Phoenix.

Prior to joining the AOC, Tiffanie worked for the City of Forest Park. During her 10-year career with Forest Park, she was promoted several times. Ultimately, she found herself working in the Fundraising and Community Involvement Project. There she worked on projects to provide toys for children and baskets for seniors. Inspired by the work, Tiffanie created the annual Giving Back to Forest Park Kids program in 2013. This program is a one-day back to school event/festival. Over 1000 kids received backpacks full of school supplies, played games, had their faces painted and danced to local bands. Knowing these kids needed more than just school supplies to get ready for school, Tiffanie arranged for hair stylists to give haircuts, dentists to do dental screening, doctors to do medical screenings and police officers to teach the kids about safety and how to handle bullies. Tiffanie drafted the Deputy Director of Forest Park’s Public Works (ok, her husband) and other Forest Park employees as volunteers to ensure the success of this fun and meaningful event.

In addition to her outreach while working for Forest Park, she is the Founder of Operation Hope and Love, a non-profit assisting single moms with their daily needs. Every December, the group hosts the Give Hope event, providing single mothers with gifts to give their children for Christmas. Tiffanie is also actively involved in her church where she heads the Single Mom’s Ministry, the Greeter Ministry and is the Youth Director. When asked where she finds the time, Tiffanie simply responds, “I love helping people.”

Tiffanie has only been at the AOC for a short time but she “loves it so far.” Her favorite part – “the people.” Tiffanie wanted to work at the AOC because she had assisted with the courts in Forest Park and wanted to learn more about the courts and more about state government in general. “I love learning something new. I love analyzing things and coming up with new ways of doing tasks.” Sounds like she’s found the perfect place to work.