Tiffany Turley

Title IX Office

1085 WSC
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah 84602-0002
University Map
(801) 422-7256
tiffany_turley@byu.edu

 

Tiffany Turley is the Title IX Coordinator at Brigham Young University. A native of Salt Lake, Tiffany earned her

bachelor's degree from BYU in Marriage, Family, and Human Development and her master's degree in Business

Administration (MBA) from Westminster College. Prior to serving as the university’s Title IX Coordinator, Tiffany

was the director of BYU’s Women’s Services & Resources office for two years and worked for the state of Utah

for ten years in varying capacities, including work in the Governor’s Office, with the Utah State Legislature, and

as a program specialist and senior business analyst at the Department of Workforce Services. Under the appointment

of Governor Gary Herbert, Tiffany also served as president of the Utah State Employees Charitable Fund board of

directors. Tiffany is a passionate advocate for women, a certified sexual assault crisis counselor, and over the years

has spent countless hours volunteering and serving with programs, charities, and organizations that support and

empower women. In her free time, Tiffany enjoys cooking, baking, traveling, crafting, temple work, running, hiking,

camping, volunteering, and doing most anything outdoors. Tiffany also enjoys choreographing and teaching dance and

currently works as a private choreographer and dance competition judge. Tiffany was recently recognized by Utah Valley

Magazine as one of their "Fabulous 40" people of 2018. Tiffany is married to her best friend and the love of her life, Tom,

and they are the parents of one son and a daughter on the way.