Tiffany Gwilliam is a graduate of Lafayette College with a BA in psychology. She is an active and proud mother of three children, two daughters and one son. Tiffany and both of her parents are cancer survivors. Her oldest child was diagnosed with a chronic autoimmune disease (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis or JIA) at eight-years-old. She is passionate about optimizing the patient-physician relationship.
Tiffany has appeared on Sirius XM on the business of Health Care show to discuss the patient-physician experience. She has co-written a blog post for the NEJM Catalyst; Patient Care Depends on the Patient-Physician Relationship. Tiffany has been a repeat podcast guest on Pediatricchat.org to discuss hot topics parents encounter with expert physicians.
She is the Juvenile Arthritis Chair for the Delaware Arthritis Foundation Leadership Board.
The health challenges Tiffany and her loved ones have encountered led her to fulfill a goal of becoming a Barre and TRX instructor. She uses her passion for health and fitness to advocate and support charitable events, individuals encountering health struggles, and those in need within her local community.