Meet Tiffany Johnson: Rainbow Warrior Dancer, aspiring med student,
dedicated philanthropist and budding YouTube sensation
ESPN 1420 recently sat down with Rainbow Warrior Dancer Tiffany Johnson. Whether she’s in the classroom or on the dance floor, Tiffany constantly strives to fulfill her life’s mission to “motivate, inspire and share love.” When she was just 16, she founded her charity organization, T.I.F.F. (“Together In Faith and Family”), which raises and funds and awareness for underprivileged student-artists and student-athletes. Visit: T.I.F.F.
Rainbow Warrior football fans might remember Tiffany’s father, Marco Johnson. The former running back/wide receiver/slotback played at UH from 1983 through 1987. Her mom, Sandra, is from Hawaii. Her older brother, Devion, also attended UH.
Recently, Tiffany launched her own YouTube channel, using it to showcase her creative energy and shine her positive light in our crazy world. Check it out and subscribe here: Tiffany’s YouTube Channel.
To view our exclusive interview with Tiffany, click here: TIFFANY JOHNSON INTERVIEW
Tiffany Johnson (center) is a co-captain of this year’s Rainbow Warrior Dancers squad.
The Johnson Ohana, L-R: Marco Johnson, Tiffany Johnson, Sandra Johnson and Devion Johnson.
Family is a big part of Tiffany’s life.
Tiffany and the Rainbow Dancers appeared at Sideline Hawaii’s launch party last September.