Tiffany Williams is a portrait and landscape photographer and teacher from Harlem and the South Bronx. Williams has been part of many non-profit organizations, working with youth and young adults since 2006. She has been part of the International Center of Photography’s (ICP) Community Programs for over 20 years, starting as a student in the Teen Academy, becoming a teaching assistant, then the co-coordinator and lab manager of ICP at THE POINT CDC, and most recently a faculty member. She teaches students the fundamentals of analog and digital photography, as well as how to create a portfolio in a virtual classroom. For the past three years, Williams has also been the coordinator for Minds Empowered, another program at THE POINT CDC, where she works with youth talking about domestic violence and creating art.