Tiffany Ellis Butts

Associate: Marketing and Communications

Tiffany Ellis Butts is a marketing and communications specialist with a focus on audience development and community engagement. With CJAM Consulting she has provided marketing strategy, vision planning, and community engagement expertise for such clients as 651 ARTS, The Innovation Studio of Manhattanville, and OF NOTE Magazine in New York. Additionally, she actively provides general client communications and research strategy support. Prior to consulting, Tiffany served as the Director of Marketing & Public Relations at Aaron Davis Hall, Inc. (now Harlem Stage), and marketing and special projects coordinator at Jazz at Lincoln Center under the direction of Wynton Marsalis. She also she served as an adjunct professor of Arts Marketing at New York University early in her career.

Tiffany earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in theater management from the Yale School of Drama and held arts administration posts at Hartford Stage Company (CT), City Theatre (Pittsburgh, PA), National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Shakespeare Festival/Joseph Papp Public Theater.


In The News

The historic Dunbar Theatre of Wichita moves closer to making a comeback with a $5.2 million restoration plan and hopes of kick-starting economic activity in the surrounding community.  Candace Jackson and CJAM Consulting point to national revitalization models from across the country.

A search committee of members of the Board of Directors of Dance Place has engaged CJAM Consulting to assist in the organization’s national executive search, with plans to name a new director in Spring of 2017.

In the April 2015 New York Times article Streetbird Rotisserie in Harlem Offers Chicken in a Throwback Setting, Candace Jackson discusses arts, tourism and mommyhood with other professional women of the non-profit arts world.



Candace Jackson featured in the April 2014 article Youth from 19 countries gather in Medellin urban projects to boost entrepreneurship" on the The Social Institute for Housing and Habitat of Medellin Colombia website.

MAPP International Productions Board of Directors "welcomes Candace Jackson as Interim Executive Director.  Candace brings nearly 20 years of arts management experience to MAPP International, including the past three years as Secretary of the Board of Directors, and previously as Managing Director of Leveraging Investments in Creativity (LINC)."



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