Tiffany Marie Cline began competing in pageants when she was eight years old. Her parents felt this would help her overcome a speech problem she had struggled with since she was four. With hard work and determination, Tiffany realized that she could be an excellent public speaker. Tiffany wants to help promote Breast Cancer Awareness in honor of her mom. In April 2010, her mom was diagnosed with stage three Breast Cancer, and has been strongly fighting the disease ever since.
Tiffany is a leader in her community. She has helped raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, Kosair, and Georgetown Children's Hospital. She also collected over 170 teddy bears for Dream Factory, an organization that supports children with terminal illnesses. She has also worked with the humane society and served as a tutor to special needs students at her school.
Tiffany is also an athlete and was named captain and MVP of her high school volleyball team. In her spare time, Tiffany enjoys running, swimming, weight lifting, and hiking with her family and friends.