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Hello,

I'm Tiffani Womack

Dallas/Fort Worth Yearbook Representative

My Philosophy

Yearbooks are forever. They are THE school; history, memories and pride.

I advised yearbook for nine years and was a student council sponsor. I am passionate about building student leaders on campus and empowering students to take ownership of the creative process from blank page to finished product.
I believe yearbook staffs help build community, promote positive school culture and spirit.

Using the tools and resources Walsworth and I offer, I will help you and your staff create and market a yearbook that your student body is proud of and is excited to purchase.

Learn more about Walsworth Yearbooks... and me!

Let's talk about your yearbook program!

Call or email today and let's discuss the difference I can make in your yearbook program.

Together, we can Level Up your yearbook program in no time!

 

Check out the 2019 Cover Gallery!

Starting to brainstorm for next year's cover? Get some inspiration by scrolling through all the new 2019 books in the updated Cover Gallery.

The new Cover Gallery is this way!

Listen to WYPN

The Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network (WYPN) produces on-demand audio content covering the world of yearbooks and scholastic journalism. Listen in to one of our shows today!

What People Are Saying...

Tiffani knows how to encourage students to do quality work on deadline, she’s incredible at team building, and her yearbook knowledge has translated to multiple awards for her staffs through the years.

Tiffani is an amazing asset to the Walsworth yearbook family and to the schools who work with her.

- Mary Beth Lee, Adviser, Chisholm Trail High School, Fort Worth, Texas

 

Her bubbly and youthful spirit makes her relatable to teenagers, and she keeps track of 'what’s cool' better than anyone I know. Tiffani is organized and resourceful and has always been quick to share solutions for everything from marketing to staff traditions.

She truly loves yearbooks and uses her talents to be sure everyone else does, too.

- Kathy Beers, Adviser, Timber Creek High School, Fort Worth, Texas
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