Tiffany L. Wilson
Tiffany Larkin Wilson is a native of Southern Utah, having grown up in the heart of St. George. She is a graduate of Dixie High School and Dixie College, where she served as ASDC Organizations Vice-President, and was Miss Dixie College in 1986. Tiffany is also a graduate of Brigham Young University, where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Family Science.
Music and theatre have long been her passions. She began playing the violin in elementary school, and has been a member of both the Southwest Symphony Orchestra and the Manchester Symphony Orchestra in Connecticut. She recently served on the Board of Directors for St. George Musical Theatre, and enjoys the vast variety of arts and entertainment available in Southern Utah.
An accomplished entrepreneur, Tiffany is the owner and CEO of Designer Marketplace, an online retail company specializing in home goods and clothing on multiple marketplaces. What began in 2001 as a way to sell off extra things around the house, it quickly grew into a hobby, and then a passion, and is now a successful corporation with annual sales approaching $1M. Her goal is to provide other women with creative and rewarding employment opportunities that still allow them to enjoy flexibility and family time. She also has an extensive background in the travel industry, having worked as a travel agent and travel school instructor for many years.
She is a founding partner in Restore & Revive, a Utah-based non-profit organization that focuses on serving underprivileged families and children around the world. She currently heads the Service Cruise division, which provides opportunities for families, businesses and other groups to participate in service activities at each port during their cruise adventure.
After 13 years on the East Coast, Tiffany and her husband Scott, a Sales Executive for Microsoft Corporation, returned to St. George in 2005. Even though the last of their four children is leaving the nest this year, they have no plans to ever leave the beauty and lifestyle of Southern Utah again! They are grateful every day that they can live their lives surrounded by the red hills of Dixie.