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Tiffany Gibson

Emotional Intelligent Nurse Coach & Educator


With her experience of being the 1st born child of immigrant parents, a Black woman in predominately non-Black spaces and a few major personal challenges, Tiffany Gibson has made it her life’s mission to live life authentically and not allow what happened to her, define her.

Tiffany Gibson is the founder and primary consultant of New Nurse Academy, LLC., founded in 2018, a nursing professional development and education consultancy providing innovative and evidence-based solutions for nursing schools, and healthcare related organizations. Tiffany is an expert and thought leader in helping nurses integrate emotional intelligence, leadership, and Human Design and shares her theory “Designing the Emotional Intelligent Nurse”, in her role as a nurse manager, coach, strategist, speaker, and educator.

As seen in Oprah Daily Magazine, and featured on multiple podcasts and social media platforms, as well as national publications such as Ebony and Scrubs Magazine, Tiffany fearlessly promotes her philosophy of prioritizing self-awareness to live life authentically. 

Tiffany is a graduate of Temple University (2005, Bachelor of Public Health), Drexel University (2008, Bachelor of Nursing), and Walden University (2017, Master of Nursing Education). She also has a post-graduate certificate in Healthcare Diversity Leadership from the Institute of Emerging Health Professions at Thomas Jefferson University(2019), and two national board certifications - one as a Nurse Professional Development Specialist (ANCC) and another from the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board. With a profound commitment to create accessible content, community and conversation that challenges social and cultural norms, Tiffany is trailblazing the way for Nurses to reclaim their authentic selves while falling in love with Nursing all over again.

To learn more and stay connected, following Tiffany on all social media platforms @newnurseacademy.


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