Safety Education Programs Specialist
As Safety Education Programs Specialist, Tiffanie Miller works to ensure that everyone in Georgia has access to bike/walk safety information, training, and support. She works with communities across the state to provide programs that are tailored to the specific needs of diverse audiences, including youth, college students, adults, and law-enforcement officers.
Tiffanie has a background in education, program development, and community outreach. She has taught at the high-school level and has worked with schools to implement computer literacy programs through community partners. She also created a magazine for middle- and high-school mountain-bike teams in Georgia to help create a lifelong love of the sport. She graduated from Berry College with a bachelor’s in broad field social science with an education minor.
Tiffanie is a Georgia Cycling Association level-3 cycling coach and enjoys teaching mountain-bike skills to beginners. She is on the board of Bike Alpharetta, participates actively in the Georgia Cycling Association, and volunteers to develop a new park in North Georgia. She lives in Holly Springs, is the mom of five adult children, and is married to another bicycle enthusiast. They enjoy exploring everywhere by bike and finding new places to ride across the United States.