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About Tiffany Stone

EDUCATION: American University, Washington, DC M.A. Journalism and Public Affairs, Concentration Public Policy, May 1996 Howard University, Washington, DC B.A. Journalism, Magna Cum Laude, G.P.A. 3.7, May 1994 

I am a mom to two beautiful boys who are quickly becoming men. I am a cancer widow - I lost my amazing husband of 15 years in 2014 after his valiant 18-month fight with Glioblastoma Brain Cancer. I am the wife of a truly great man who has dedicated his life to public service. I am a stepmom to a wonderful young woman whom I truly adore. I am a committed community volunteer. I am a Christian and these values and my faith are and have always been a guiding and sustaining force in my life. I was raised by a brilliant single mom who worked hard to ensure I had the best that life had to offer. Although I've suffered tragedy, I am so thankful for my life.

 

I love people, politics, gourmet cooking, entertaining, fine and healthy foods, travel, skiing, tennis, fashion, and everything beautiful. I love fine furniture and decor, flowers, and art. I love walking into my home - its beauty and my family rejuvenate me. As a realtor, it is my goal to ensure my clients have that same feeling when they find the home of their choice.

 

I have been a licensed Realtor in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia since 2005. Prior to becoming a realtor, I was a Public Relations Executive with several government agencies and government-affiliated organizations. I received my undergraduate degree from Howard University and my master's degree from American University - both in Journalism. I grew up in Devon, Pennsylvania and Wellesley, Massachusetts. Aside from three years in which I lived in Chicago, Illinois and Teaneck, New Jersey, the Washington, DC area has been my home since 1989. I have lived in DC, MD and VA and have sold homes in numerous communities within each jurisdiction.

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