Tiffany Henry is the Rural Director at the Conductor where she facilitates economic and community development programming in 10 counties in Central Arkansas. With a focus on rural entrepreneurship, Tiffany utilizes local partnerships to create collaborations that support small business creation and growth. Previously, she was a Program Officer at the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute where she coordinated a community and leadership development program that empowered citizens to make their own positive change through entrepreneurial ecosystem building and collaborative dialogue. Always creating opportunities for rural entrepreneurs to connect and grow, she founded 1 Million Cups Russellville, established Global Entrepreneur Week activities in the River Valley and served on the board of Main Street Russellville. She currently acts as an ESHIP Champion for the Kauffman Foundation and serves on the boards of the Arkansas Community Development Society and the Rural Community Alliance. She is a Certified Group Facilitator, holds a Master of Science degree in psychology from Arkansas Tech University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from California State University, Stanislaus.