Tiffany Lloyd

Director of Women’s Health & Empowerment

Tiffany Lloyd serves as Director of Women’s Health and Empowerment at The Allyn Family Foundation. A Syracuse native, Tiffany holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership. She is an active convener and collaborator, committed to building local capacity to address threats to reproductive wellbeing. She takes special interest in building and supporting spaces that support and empower Black women and upholds reproductive equity and justice principles. Tiffany’s skills and expertise ranges health education and outreach, program design and implementation, and organizational development and leadership. Alongside local young women, she co-created Layla (, a chatbot designed for women of color, to share culturally tailored and culturally relevant, sexual health information, in the digital space.  

Tiffany holds several volunteer and leadership positions, where she donates much of her time. Serving on the boards of McMahon Ryan Child Advocacy Center, Planned Parenthood, The Stand Newspaper, and Sankofa Reproductive Doula Healing Center, she is a member of the City of Syracuse Risk Analysis Committee. She’s an Advisor for Undetected, a digital health innovation focused on creating virtual sexual health clinics and an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. 

A lover of music, astrology, and Netflix documentaries, Tiffany lives in Syracuse with her fiancé, her two children, and two bonus daughters.