Wynn named VP for Marketing and Communications

Author: Carroll University

Published Date: 10/1/2020

Categories: Alumni Faculty and Staff University News

Tiffany Wynn
Carroll University has named Tiffany Wynn as its new vice president for Marketing and Communications.

An accomplished marketing and communications professional, Wynn has held prominent roles at local government, education and healthcare organizations, where she created and established best practices, processes, workflows, brand architecture and capacity around marketing communications efforts. 

“We are very pleased to have Tiffany lead Carroll University’s marketing as we continue to expand our reputation during a time of significant progress and to work collaboratively with our campus community to create dynamic and engaging communications that tell the Carroll story,” said Carroll President Cindy Gnadinger.

“I wholeheartedly believe in the power of higher education and its ability to transform communities when you work to increase access to its many benefits,” Wynn said. “That is what Carroll University is doing, increasing access and awareness of one of the best universities in Wisconsin, and I am happy to join the team to continue pushing its powerful mission forward. I am honored that my career path has led me back to Carroll, and I now get to serve the university in a greater capacity and in a more meaningful way.”

Wynn, who had previously served as senior public relations strategist at Carroll, was most recently director of marketing and public relations for Vivent Health, directing the organization’s internal and external marketing strategies, branding efforts and awareness campaigns. 

Wynn is vice president of the Board for Grateful Girls, a 501c3 nonprofit organization geared to inspire, motivate and encourage girls, teens and women of all ages. She also serves on Professional Dimension’s charitable fund board as secretary, and on the board for Independence First, a nonprofit committed to inclusion and independent living for people with disabilities. 

She graduated from Mount Mary University with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and received her MBA from Alverno College. 

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