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Tiffany Hardin

Tiffany Hardin

Founder and Cultural Engagement Strategist

Gild Creative Group (GCG)

My name is Tiffany and I am a creator, entrepreneur and marketer. I work with brands and advertisers on building strong influencer marketing strategies and activations. My passion is developing content and events promoting positive images and messages for women to inspire them along their hero's journey.




"Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they've been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact. It's an opinion. Impossible is not a declaration. It's a dare. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary. Impossible is nothing." -- Muhammad Ali

Gild Creative Group

Principal Strategist | Owner

The world “gild” means ‘to place a thin layer of gold over something raw & beautiful. We cultivate ideation, creation and culture stories. My goal with my clients is build narratives meant for sharing through partnerships and activations that can show success metrics across any key performance indicator goals we set.

She Knows Now

SHE KNOWS NOW is a digital collection of confident, driven women who share insight on what they each know for sure in their personal and/or professional experience. The purpose of this archive is to promote positive images and messages of women in media, and nurture community through story telling.

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New York University

Adjunct Professor - Clive Davis School of Recorded Music

Translation LLC

Executive Assistant, New Business Manager, Distributions & Partnerships Manager

I spent the majority of my time at Translation working with phenomenal brands and great teams. Leaving the agency to start my own company meant following the advice of a great teacher of mine, Steve Stoute: “Go out and fill your potential. That is the goal.”

Monami Entertainment

Executive Assistant to Mona Scott-Young

When I later moved on to my own ventures, I started focusing very deliberately on what Mona Scott would call Income generating business. If it wasn’t income generating I couldn’t afford to deal with it. I’m so grateful that I was there with her at the time when Monami was just getting off the ground because she was so focused.

Hustle Management

Asssistant to John Monopoly and College Rep Coordinator

In my time in the industry, I realized that there are so many organizations, brands, even talent that need somebody that understands strategy. It wasn’t enough to be a talent manager. You have to actually speak the language of the marketers and advertisers. That's what my career up until now has prepared me for.

Columbia College Chicago

Arts Entertainment & Media Mangement, Talent Management

I was enamored by the business of music and feverishly learned about the players at labels, publishing companies and who were the great managers. When I realized I could go to college for talent management, it was game over! I thought, "This is my life's path."