Tiffanie Stanard is known for following all her passions – an anomaly in many sorts because she is a techie, a creative, media personality/producer & an award-winning entrepreneur.

Tiffanie has been named a U.S. Delegate for the Global Entrepreneurship Congress, One of the 15 Women Changing the Face of Technology by Philadelphia Business Journal, Innovator of the Year, One of the Top 100 Women Visionary Leaders to Watch by Innov8tiv Magazine, among many more honors (see below). Stanard founded Prestige Concepts (PC) over ten years ago – formerly an award-winning brand enhancement agency. We focused on bridging the gap between clients and customers with technology solutions. Expertise: Branding, Marketing, Business Development, Vendor Management/Partnerships, Technology.

Stanard is the Founder/CEO of Stimulus, a relationship intelligence SaaS platform that uses data and analytics to help companies (of all sizes and industries) make better purchasing decisions. Our team is backed by amazing investors including Google for Startups, Darco Capital, Juno Capital, the City of Philadelphia and more – with growing support from our partners including Microsoft.

During years’ of working with non-profit organizations, Stanard created ConTechs, Connect + Tech = Community program, teaching technology and business skills to urban communities through a specialized curriculum. To date, ConTechs has provided over 5,000 hours of training partnering with local and national partners.

In addition to serving on boards and committees, Tiffanie has moderated and participated in numerous events from Keynote Speaker to Brand Ambassador, discussing entrepreneurship, branding, diversity, technology, community outreach and more. Because of years’ of working in the entertainment industry, Stanard was hired to work with Radio One, Philadelphia as a host and radio show producer for Philly Speaks. The radio show is an informative outlet for Philadelphia residents to discuss important topics.

Stanard became a Brand Ambassador/Keynote Speaker for Microsoft’s STEM program, a national event organized in over 10 cities. Stanard’s keynote speech, “Find Your Voice with Technology” explores five steps for all ages to become builders of innovation.