National NAACP Youth and College Division Director, Tiffany D. Loftin will guide, encourage and empower youth to develop plans to advocate for the issues most important to them in our communities. The Youth Advocacy Summit is open to middle, high school and college students. This Summit is free but you must register. The Youth Advocacy Summit will be interactive, thought-provoking and fun!

Register by October 6th!

The Youth Advocacy Summit with National NAACP Youth and College Director Tiffany D. Loftin. Tiffany's role is to empower our youth through leadership development trainings, campaign organizing and legislative advocacy. This Summit is open to ALL youth and especially those who want to use their voices for issues of social justice.

We're calling all middle, high school and college students to register and join us for the interactive, thought-provoking, and fun summit.

For more information, e-mail [email protected] or call (540) 382-6751
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Tiffany Deena Loftin

National Director of the NAACP Youth & College Division Director
Tiffany Dena Loftin is the National Director of the NAACP Youth & College Division. In this role, she serves more than 550 Youth Councils, High School Chapters, and College Chapters through leadership development trainings, campaign organizing and legislative advocacy.

Ms. Loftin was a civil rights labor union organizer for five years. Formerly the Senior Program Specialist in Community Advocacy and Partnership Engagement, Center for Social Justice at the National Education Association. She served as the Racial Justice Program Coordinator for the Civil, Human, and Women’s Rights Department at the AFL-CIO. Ms. Loftin has also worked at the American Federation of Teachers and served as President of the United States Student Association, where she coordinated the implementation of campaigns addressing national issues like student loan debt and the expansion of financial aid for low-income and students of color.

Ms. Loftin has been nationally recognized, appearing on TV One, Fox News, ABC, People’s World, National Public Radio, and Al Jazeera. A passionate organizer for the empowerment of communities of color, she was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans in Higher Education.