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Women of Auburn: Tiffany Welch ’94
Tiffany Welch ’94, exemplifies Women’s History Month with her dedication to community and successful business ventures.
Tiffany’s passion for community building is reflected in her work and business ventures. Her latest venture, SIP Café and Wine Room, is an upscale casual restaurant that has created employment opportunities for 20 people in the area. She also expanded into off-premises catering and opened REUNION, a private event space located just two doors down from SIP Café.
Tiffany’s commitment to her community has not gone unnoticed. She has been recognized in local newspapers, magazines, and radio shows, and is an active member of several organizations, including the Troup County Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Valley Area Chamber of Commerce.
As a devoted Auburn alumna, Tiffany is a life member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the Auburn University Alumni Association. She serves on the Liberal Arts Advisory Council and is a member of the Foy Society and George Petrie Society. Her impressive accomplishments and dedication to her community serve as an inspiration to future generations of women.
Beyond her professional success, Tiffany is a loving mother to two children, one of whom is currently attending law school while the other plans to pursue physical therapy after graduating high school. The family recently welcomed a two-year-old Goldendoodle named Kobe.
As we reflect on Women’s History Month, we celebrate women like Tiffany Welch, who have made significant contributions to their communities and paved the way for future generations. Her unwavering commitment to community building, her entrepreneurial spirit, and her devotion to her family are a true reflection of the strength and resilience of women throughout history. We are proud to call Tiffany Welch an Auburn alumna and eagerly anticipate the positive impact she will continue to make in her community.