Attn: Tiffany Britt
411 W. Northmoor Rd.
Peoria, IL 61614
|ECO145: Introduction to Microeconomics||305||W 5:00pm–6:00pm|
|MGT345: Small Business Management||504||Tu 5:00pm–6:00pm|
Ms. Britt is an entrepreneur with more than 10 years of experience as a management consultant, business analyst, and college professor. As Chief Marketing Scientist at Edit-Ability, Inc., a web design & digital marketing agency, she is one of the rare web people that stand at the intersection of business, technology, marketing, and design.
Ms. Britt eagerly shares her knowledge and insights on the “Small Business, Big Voice” blog, but has also written a book, delivers educational webinars, and teaches an online course designed to help marketers avoid the pitfalls of online marketing and turn website traffic into profits.
Master of Business Administration, 2007Franklin University
Bachelor of Business Administration, 2004Midstate College
Edit-Ability (2009–present)Chief Marketing Scientist
Successfully founded and built a web design and digital marketing agency. Used unique blend of business, web design, and marketing knowledge to create a scalable platform that supports the hosting & maintenance requirements for 150+ feature-rich websites.
Aventine Renewable Energy (2007–2011)Analyst
Handpicked by Chief Operating Officer to provide strategic guidance and analytical support to him and all corresponding executive team members. Spearheaded multiple cross-departmental projects across Logistics, Marketing, Commodities, Manufacturing, and Information Technology business units. Intricately involved with the company’s bankruptcy and restructure.
Midstate College (2006–present)Adjunct Faculty
Provided instruction to junior and senior level business students, both online and on-site. Courses taught include: Marketing Management; Financial Management; Business Ethics; Microeconomics; Business Math; Small Business Management
Caterpillar, Inc. (2006–2007)Change Management Specialist
Successfully designing and leading change management efforts for several global Six Sigma initiatives that redefined business operations and SAP technology across multiple business units. Scope included more than 400 business users throughout 12 manufacturing facilities, 5 business units, and 5 countries.
Independent (2000–2006)Small Business Consultant
Independent business consultant, worked one-on-one with small business owners to develop effective strategies that increased revenue, managed expenses, and as a result, drove profitability and maximized business growth. Provided strategic guidance to senior management teams of organizations of varied size, financial positions, and legal structure. Developed comprehensive business & marketing plans; Performed industry, competitive, market research, and customer analysis.