Faced with the challenge of entering a new high school, Tiffany Hubert decided to connect with her peers by joining the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers Student Advisory Board. While serving as the student ambassador for her high school, Tiffany was able to meet life-long friends, expand her network, and learn the inner workings of a professional sports organization.
Tiffany would go on to work for Western Kentucky University's athletic department as a student media relations assistant before entering the workforce as a freelance event marketer. Producing events for Super Bowl XLIII and XLIV for a non-profit member organization while also working under Kwokman Productions for ESPN as a productions assistant for the 2010 Pro Bowl and Outback Bowl.
Now entering her 6th season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tiffany looks forward to sharing her journey in the sports world and highlighting fellow Sistas In Sports knocking it out of the park.
It was 1999. Alexandria Holt walked proudly into the Georgia Dome sporting her Jamal Anderson jersey. It was the NFC Divisional Playoff game and the home team Atlanta Falcons were hosting the San Francisco 49ers. While they would eventually be the underdogs of SuperBowl XXXIII, Alexandria remembers when Safety Eugene Robinson called her down from the stands and presented her with an authentic NFL football. It was at that moment, Alexandria vividly fell in love with sports. Now 17 years later, a Howard University graduate, Alexandria is entering her 6th season working in the National Football League. Originally from Lithonia, GA, Alexandria was afforded the opportunity to begin her sports career with the Atlanta Falcons as an intern. She spent time in Tampa working for the division rival the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and is now back home in Atlanta where it all started. One half of Sistas In Sports, Alexandria believes in the power of celebrating the amazing women thriving in an industry that is heavily male dominated. Sistas In Sports gives women the opportunity to connect, network, and encourage each other to succeed on and off the field.