Tiffany Stewart Kline
Tiffany Stewart Kline is currently the
Coordinator of Behavior Supports and Interventions for Anne Arundel County in
Maryland. Tiffany graduated from Morgan State University and moved to Atlanta,
Georgia for six years. While in Atlanta, Georgia she was a first-grade teacher
for a short time and then moved into a middle school special education position
in Fulton County, Georgia. While in Georgia, she also served as a high school
basketball coach at Roswell High School. Tiffany returned to Maryland and
served as Language Arts teacher and Department Chair in Prince Georges County,
Maryland for several years. Tiffany came to Anne Arundel County 2007 as a
Language teacher at Meade Middle School. While at Meade Middle, Tiffany also
served as a social studies teacher and then later as an Alternative One
teacher. While at Meade Middle School Tiffany helped to implement the
Restorative Practices program.
In addition to her role at Meade Middle School, Tiffany also was the Head Women's Basketball Coach at Howard Community College for eight years. Tiffany created a mentor program that required her players to serve as a mentor to select students at Meade Middle School. Tiffany embraced the concept that her players are student athletes that have a responsibility to also serve their community. The Little Dragons Mentor program became a staple at Meade Middle School for several years. Tiffany served as an Alternative One teacher at J. Albert Adams and MacArthur Middle School. At both schools, Tiffany revised the Behavior Support team and PBIS Tier 1 structures as well as led the Restorative Practice team. Tiffany was appointed to an Assistant Principal position at Mary Moss @ J. Albert Adams Academy. While at MM @ JAA, Tiffany joined the county-wide Restorative Practices team and lead the expansion of the use of community building circles and responsive circles. Following her time at MM @ JAA, Tiffany served as an Assistant Principal at Brooklyn Park Middle School. During her stay at Brooklyn Park Middle and MM @ JAA, Tiffany served as the Equity Leader where she led several book studies, social experiments, and professional developments to support each staff on the equity journey.