Teacher Spotlight: Tiffany Nation

Our growing class list would be quite difficult to pull off without the awesome instructors - and businesses - we've been so honored to meet.  We'd like to give you the same opportunity to get to know our Chattery teachers a bit better. 

Meet Tiffany Nation, a creative jewelry maker who will be teaching us how to make necklaces with specially made paper beads on Thursday - just in time for Mother's Day!

Tiffany Nation is an artist, jewelry maker, and author. Born as a preacher’s kid who grew up with poor, she was taught the value of reusing and repurposing. After almost twenty years of marriage, Tiffany had to start a new life as a single mom when her marriage ended. It was then she reconnected with her past and the value of reusing and repurposing things. So, Learning2Green was born through her desire to teach others to recycle with purpose and that even used, broken, and damaged items, like people, still hold value. Learning2Green inspires and teaches you to convert recycled items into creative crafts, artworks, and more.

How did you get started in your profession?

Been doing all my life but reclaimed my passion for it after I divorced several years ago

Why do you love Chattanooga?

I love the all the nature that is around and that Chattanooga has embraced not only the nature around it but the artists and its history

What's one topic you'd like to learn through The Chattery?

Using gold/silver leafing

What's something someone would be surprised to learn about you?

I have been published in the National Library of Poetry