WCMAC Economic Development Seat
Tiffany is the daughter of a commercial fishermen and grew up on the Peninsula. She and her husband, Brady, own The Inn at Discovery Coast, the Adrift Hotel and Pickled Fish Restaurant in Long Beach, and the Ashore Hotel in Seaside. Tiffany has an impressive resume as a member of the Pacific County Economic Development Council, the Chair of the Washington Budget and Policy Center, a board member of the Long Beach Peninsula Visitor’s Bureau, and a member of the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Board of Directors. She was just named one of the Puget Sound Business Journal’s 40 successful people under 40 in 2015. The WCMAC is excited to welcome Tiffany as the Economic Development Seat.
What does marine spatial planning mean to you?
To me, this process is all about making sure that we preserve the current uses of our coastal waters, while discovering other opportunities. The current uses not only provide economic vitality to our coastal communities, but they are part of our culture and a way of life. My dad is a commercial fisherman, my husband is a surfer, and our guests come to the coast to dig clams, eat oysters, and watch birds. We need to make sure that as we are examining the possibility of new uses, we are also ensuring the protection of the uses that make the Washington Coast such a unique place to live and visit.
Anything else interesting about you?
I have 2 boys; Beckett is 10 and Jaden is 12. I want to make sure that I do my part to create a better world for them.