Tiffany Gusbeth

Vice President, Student Success Services

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Tiffany Gusbeth, Háškóó’e (See Far Woman), citizen of the Northern Cheyenne Nation, leads the Student Success Services team responsible for the development and implementation of student support systems and strategies for Native student success. Tiffany’s experience in managing and overseeing scholarships, college access, career readiness, student engagement, strategic enrollment management, and the development of an organizational student and program database has led to the growth and transformation of College Fund student success programming in recent years. Tiffany’s educational background is similar to the students we serve. She earned her GED at Chief Dull Knife College located on the Northern Cheyenne reservation. She is a former tribal college student and College Fund scholarship recipient, eventually earning her bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education at Western Colorado University. She is a first-generation college graduate. Tiffany’s academic and lived experiences inform and are vital to her work in Student Success Services. Ensuring this work is accomplished with respect and with a cultural match to those we serve, is Tiffany’s passion.

In early 2022, Tiffany was selected in the inaugural cohort of Leading for Equity Fellowship program through the National College Attainment Network. The purpose of the fellowship program is to expand the number of leaders of color represented in the C-suite within organizations in the college attainment field and to strengthen their capacity to address systemic issues of power, privilege, oppression, and equity within organizations, communities, and systems.

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