Tiffany Turley

Past Board Chair

 Tiffany Turley is the Title IX Coordinator at Brigham Young University, a role in which she oversees all sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, stalking, and sexual harassment cases at the 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 working at BYU, Tiffany worked for the State of Utah for ten years in varying capacities, including the Governor’s Office, the legislature, and with the Department of Workforce Services.

Tiffany is a passionate advocate for ending sexual assault and domestic violence in our society and over the years has spent countless hours volunteering and serving with programs, charities, and organizations that support and empower those affected by these crimes. Tiffany is a member of the Utah County Sheriff’s Office Special Victims Task Force, the Utah Valley Sexual Assault Task Force, and she serves as an ambassador for the Utah Women in Leadership Project. Tiffany often speaks to groups, large and small, about her work and personal experiences, and she has also authored and co-authored articles on these important issues. In 2018, Tiffany was recognized by Utah Valley Magazine as one of their “Fabulous 40” people of the year for her work in ending sexual violence in Utah. Tiffany is married to her best friend and the love of her life, Tom, and they have two children.