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Four Brands, One Woman

Tiffany Dickerson is known for her four brands, which include Mic Chick, Juicy Drop Jewelry LLC, The Name Dropper and Universal Appeal. As a small business owner she prides herself on personal one-on-one customer service.

She earned a bachelor of arts in mass communications and a master’s degree in social science, both from Southern University. Her professional affiliations include the Public Relations Association of Louisiana, Southern Public Relations Federation, Women In Media Baton Rouge, and National Association of Black Journalists. She is a recipient of the prestigious Women in Media Award of Excellence for small business owner/marketer of the year.

Dickerson, a proud Baton Rouge native, is heavily involved with several nonprofit and civic organizations. She is a sustaining member of the Junior League of Baton Rouge. Dickerson currently serves as a board member for Son of a Saint. She is Louisiana Advocacy committee member for the American Heart Association. Dickerson served as the Louisiana Art & Science Museum Communications Chair. In 2012, she served as the Baton Rouge Chair for the American Diabetes Association’s Step Out: Walk To Stop Diabetes joining others across the city in raising close to $100,000. She has volunteered as a community notable/celebrity waiter, dancer and lip sync artists to raise money for area nonprofits. She also provides philanthropic support to numerous nonprofits through her Mic Chick Gives Back effort. In 2019, she created the #WCW Awards & Soiree to recognize awe-inspiring women, while also using the event as a platform to give to designated nonprofits.

She is a former dancer and has toured and performed with numerous R&B groups. In 2016, she was crowned Mrs. Baton Rouge and in 2017 was 3rd runner-up in the Mrs. Louisiana America pageant. She is also a writer, model, and actress who appeared in the 2017 independent Perry Production film, Cute With Bad Qualities, based on the novel Wise Wives Don't Run. She has appeared in music videos, television commercials and public service announcements. Dickerson and her family appeared on national television in HGTV's House Hunters episode, Bigger in Baton Rouge, which chronicled their search for a new home. She is married and the mother of two children.

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