Tiffany Lomosi has lived in the area most of her life. After graduating from Webb City she attended college at MSU. She has a degree in Criminal Justice and works as a parole officer. In 2010 her family welcomed a beautiful baby girl. That spunky, sassy little girl, is the light of their lives, and also happens to have Down syndrome.
She joined the DSGO in January of 2013 and has been the President of the board since November of the same year. She oversees the projects, assists the executive director and board members with projects and day to day operations. Tiffany discovered the DSGO while she was searching for knowledge and support. She is proud to be a part of an organization that provides support and encouragement for the families and community that it serves.
Tiffany supports the mission of the DSGO by;
“Nia is still in daycare. I have tried to educate the daycare/preschool staff about Ds in hopes of them having a better understanding of it. She is fully included in their activities, has lots of friends, and loves the teachers. Through their interaction with her, they have learned patience and a different way of looking at things. I have had multiple discussions with the staff and plan to do a Ds Awareness Month activity at the end of October. “