Tiffany Galligan, Founder/Principal for Too Good Strategy, leads non-profits and social enterprises in creating marketing and digital strategies that extend mission. Tiffany combines a background in agency consulting with a passion for philanthropy to create transformative programs that get to the heart of an organization’s cause and speak to supporters and constituents. With cinematographers as parents, storytelling has been a part of Tiffany’s lifeblood for as long as she could remember; she was raised knowing that every person and every organization has a story to tell. Through the course of her career, she has kept that fundamental fact at the heart of her approach to problem solving. Combining user-centered design practices with effective storytelling has proven to be essential for clients and causes to maximize their reach and effectiveness. Tiffany has applied this unique marketing approach to organizations including LIVESTRONG, College Forward, ACTIVE Life, Hotels for Hope, Delta Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Dell, Neiman Marcus, and many more.
Becky is the newest addition of the team at Too Good Strategy and handles many of the administrative aspects. Her background is diverse in marketing, administration, creative design and event planning. Becky and her husband Tim celebrated ten years of marriage last August. They have two energetic boys, who keep life interesting, plus a cute furry family member named Zoe. Becky balances life, home and business with tenacity, grace and love. Her hobbies include piano, singer/songwriting, spending time with family, interior decorating and hitting the trails at Brushy Creek. Her motto is: Life is full of adventure…make the very best of it!
Claire Groff is the marketing intern at Too Good Strategy. A current junior majoring in Public Relations at the University of Texas, Claire has been with Too Good Strategy since fall 2013. She is originally from Houston, but loves spending her time in Austin. Claire enjoys the great food, wonderful weather, and abundance of outdoor activities. She loves fitness and has been an avid runner for the past 3 years. Claire hopes to pursue a career in corporate public relations or marketing.