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Tiffany Lewis, Secretary

Tiffany Lewis, RN, BSN

Tiffany Lewis was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama. She is happily married to her husband Anthony, and they are the proud parents of six wonderful children. Tiffany studied at Troy University (Montgomery, AL) and later received her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing from Fort Hays State University.

She began her medical career as an Office Manager for Vining’s Family Healthcare and Internal Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. She was later recruited to become the Practice Manager of Alpharetta Cardiology in Alpharetta, Georgia, a position she held for over five years.
Tiffany served as Director of Clinical Nursing for a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Samuel U. Rodgers Healthcare Center (SURHC) in Kansas City, Missouri; from 2015-2019. Known for providing linguistically- and culturally-appropriate care to more than 23,000 patients each year in 38 different languages, the Health Center is the embodiment of Dr. Rodgers’ vision of high quality, compassionate, affordable health care for all. At SURHC, Tiffany managed five medical clinics as well as a school-based clinic and supported over 50 clinical staff.

Tiffany also served as the Chief Operations Officer for a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), Heartland Community Health Center in Lawrence, Kansas. Heartland provides health care for patients throughout Douglas County. In this role, Tiffany was responsible for the organization’s day-to-day operations.

Currently, Tiffany serves as the President and Founder of Legacy Work Consulting LLC., in Lawrence, Kansas.  Her area of expertise is to provide insight as it relates to clinical and equitable operational policies, procedures, and strategic initiatives.  She is committed to ensuring that organizations are equipped with tools to shift culture, enhance financial stability, and provide ongoing training.

Tiffany is licensed in Missouri and Kansas and is on a mission to advocate for affordable healthcare for all. She believes that quality healthcare is a basic human right and that all patients should be cared for regardless of socioeconomic status. She serves her community by serving on the board of Family Promise, a non-profit organization helping homeless families with children achieve and maintain permanent housing. In March of this year, Tiffany was named Deputy Section Chief of Operations of the Douglas County Unified Command, a COVID-19 response team for the entire county. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and baking.