Tiffany Hughes, assistant director of Residence Life, is the recipient of the David Butler Distinguished Service Award, the highest honor presented to housing and residence life professionals by the Mid-Atlantic Association of College and University Housing Officers.
Hughes has been actively involved in MACUHO since 2013, an organization that supports its members by providing networking and mentoring opportunities, research on contemporary topics, and accessible developmental experiences focused on college and university housing.
She has served in several leadership roles within the organization, including president, regional coordinator, mentor, director of information technology and an executive member of the Recognition, Education and Connection Committee.
“I feel honored to have had the opportunity to represent WVU at MACUHO for the past 10 years,” Hughes said. “I am passionate about working in leadership positions in the field of housing and residence life, and enjoy providing professional development and mentoring new professionals.”
As the assistant director of Residence Life at WVU, she is responsible for student leadership development, program initiatives and developing community standards for the residence halls. She also oversees professional staff members while fostering learning opportunities for leadership experiences.