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Tiffaney Dale Hunter Named a 2022 Women in Business Award Honoree by the Dallas Business Journal


Tiffaney Dale Hunter, award-winning global marketing and communications leader, has been named a 2022 Women in Business Honoree by the Dallas Business Journal. This coveted list honors the region’s “most influential business women who go above and beyond professionally and throughout the community.”

“I am truly humbled to be recognized among this amazing group of women who are leading the way in their industries and making a lasting impact in the community,” said Hunter.  “It’s an honor to be celebrated and recognized by the Dallas Business Journal for my dedication of service to the community and for the purpose-driven work that I do professionally.”

With over 20 years of marketing and communications experience, Hunter currently advises global executive leaders on driving transformation for teams worldwide through the development and implementation of strategic internal communications campaigns and initiatives. Her areas of focus are climate change and sustainability, financial accounting and advisory services and forensic and integrity services.

Notable professional projects and contributions also include leading marketing efforts for a “Bridging the Digital Divide” initiative that was deployed in over 80 offices throughout the nation, spearheading communications for the 50/50 Women on Boards Dallas Conversation event, which is committed to increasing gender balance and diversity on corporate boards, providing strategic and creative insight for a social equity team working to create equity and inclusiveness for employees throughout the world and implementing a communication campaign designed to inspire community transformation and shed the light on health, racism and social injustices in under-sourced minority communities.

Community highlights and milestones


Hunter has received several awards as a result of the impact she has made in her profession and the community. She received the 2015 University of North Texas Distinguished Young Alumnus Award and the 2013 Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce Quest for Success Award. She also was awarded the “40 under 40” awards from both the Collin County Business Press and the Dallas Furniture Bank and was a nominee for Sterling Bank’s Texas Most Inspiring Women.

Hunter uses her proven leadership, marketing and communications skills to empower and uplift the community. She currently serves on the board of directors for the University of North Texas College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Anthem Strong Families. 

She is a member of the Junior League of Dallas, The Village Giving Circle of Texas Women’s Foundation, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated – Alpha Xi Omega Chapter and the National Association of Black Journalists. She is also a graduate of Leadership Dallas ‘07, Leadership Arts ‘07 and Leadership Women ’09.

Most recently, Hunter served as the events and entertainment chair for the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden Black Heritage Celebration. 

Previously, she served as the event chair for the Women in Need of Generous Support (WiNGS) signature Mentors and Allies Awards Luncheon; the Leukemia Texas Inaugural Concert for a Cure in Houston; the Leukemia Texas Inaugural Beat Leukemia Concert for a Cure in Dallas; the Dallas Challenge Art from the Heart Celebrity Art Auction and Benefit; and the Dallas Arts District Alliance Savor the Arts Benefit.


Additionally, she served as a board member for the Dallas Bach Society, the WiNGS organization, Southern Methodist University’s Business Associate program, the Dallas Arts District Alliance, the Dallas Wind Symphony, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra League’s Élan Circle, the Fort Worth Jubilee Theatre and the Urban League of Greater Dallas and North Central Texas.

Hunter received both her Master of Business Administration and Graduate Finance Certification from Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing from the University of North Texas and an Associates of Arts from Blinn College.

Women In Business Luncheon

A luncheon celebrating all 25 Women in Business honorees will take place on Thursday, August 25, at the Fairmont Dallas Hotel. Tiffaney and the other honorees will be featured in the September 2 issue of the Dallas Business Journal.

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