Tiffany E. Browne


As a freelance journalist and public relations professional, Tiffany E. Browne, brings her writing expertise and storytelling ability to The Hatcher Group. Tiffany aims to assist clients in telling compelling stories that will amplify their call-to-action.

As a journalist, Tiffany has covered topics in the areas of health, education, entertainment, and current affairs. Her work has been published in Monarch Magazine,, the DC Policy Center and the NAACP’s The Crisis Magazine. Tiffany began her transition into public relations with Heather Freeman Media and PR, where she contributed to the media relations campaigns for local, regional, and internationally known clients in the restaurant and hospitality industry. Shortly after, she went into public affairs, serving as the Communications Director for the former D.C. Councilmember Yvette M. Alexander (Ward 7).

At the end of the councilmember’s term, Tiffany became a member of the public affairs team at the DC Department of Employment Services (DOES). While at DOES, she pushed messaging through media, ad content creation, op-ed placements, PSAs, and e-newsletters around the summer youth employment program, the DC Infrastructure Academy, and the PIVOT program. In times of crisis, Tiffany also contributed messaging around Unemployment Compensation as it related to the partial federal government shutdown of 2018/2019 and COVID-19.

Her time at DOES led to a detailed assignment as the Acting Communications Director for the Deputy Mayor of Education under the Administration of Mayor Muriel Bowser. In this role, Tiffany also served as the lead communication support for DC government agencies in the education cluster; DC Public Schools, Office of the State Superintendent, DC Department of Parks and Recreation, DC Department of Employment Services, DC Public Libraries, University of the District of Columbia and DC Public Charter Schools. She completed the detail leading communications efforts for the Kids Ride Free transit program and the “Don’t Wait, Vaccinate” immunization initiative.

After leaving DC government, Tiffany briefly served as the Media Relations Manager for Small Business Majority, where she sought opportunities to bring awareness around the need for short-and long-term solutions for small businesses, particularly for those who were severely impacted by the public health crisis due to COVID-19.

Tiffany is a graduate of Howard University, where she received her BA in Journalism.


  • Storytelling: You own your story, your experiences. It’s your legacy to tell and no one else.
  • Movement: Literally and figuratively never stay stagnant. Movement encourages growth like none other.
  • Pausing: Believe in a rest ministry. You are no good to yourself or others when you are burnt out.

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