Committed to Excellence
Welcome to Educating Our Community, where we passionately dedicate our efforts to enriching the lives of those who might otherwise be left without access to the essential resources for survival and success. Our mission is simple yet profound: Enhance the quality of life for all, regardless of their circumstances.
At Educating Our Community, we tackle the hardships of society head-on, providing a comprehensive approach to empower underserved communities. We believe that success hinges on five crucial pillars, each interwoven into the fabric of an individual's life. These five pillars are:
Mental Health: We nurture strong minds because a healthy psyche is the foundation of personal growth.
Physical Health: A sound body is the vessel for all of life's aspirations. We empower individuals to lead healthy lives.
Financial Literacy: We equip people with the knowledge and tools to take control of their financial futures, breaking the cycle of poverty.
Creating Generational Wealth: Our commitment to long-term success means helping individuals build lasting prosperity for themselves and their families.
Redefining Vocational Skills: We provide the skills and training needed to succeed in the ever-evolving job market.
Our focus is clear: we aim to uplift young adults between the ages of 18 and 35, equipping them with the skills, knowledge, and support needed to conquer life's challenges and achieve their dreams.
Tiffany Wartman, Founder/CEO
Tiffany Wartman is the CEO of Educating Our Community. Tiffany was born and raised on the Southside of Chicago in Englewood. Tiffany has always been dedicated to ensuring that Chicago and the areas around it have the resources needed to develop prosperity and stability. Her personal and professional goals include helping the community by giving food, clothing, and early access to financial literacy for local adolescents and families. Tiffany has dedicated the last 15 years to assisting people, startups, major charitable organizations, and foundations in building sound financial foundations. She has developed a financial curriculum that is currently being used in Chicago in public and private high schools to teach students the value of having a solid financial foundation.