Tiffany Cross is a veteran journalist with a career spanning over two decades. The experienced journalist is also a television personality, political analyst, and author.
When Tiffany first entered the field of journalism, she worked as a reporter for a local Atlanta radio station. In the early 2000s, she was employed by CNN in the production department as an associate producer.
Additionally, she served as the Washington, District of Columbia bureau chief for BET Networks. At some point in the future, she started working as an Institute of Politics fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Cross has also been seen frequently on MSNBC, most notably on AM Joy with Joy Reid, where she is a co-host.
Her book titled “Say It Louder: Black Voters, Our Voices, and the Shaping of American Democracy” was released in the month of July in the year 2020.
What Nationality is Tiffany Cross?
Tiffany Cross is American. The veteran journalist was born in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. Cross spent her childhood bouncing between Cleveland, Ohio, and Atlanta, Georgia as she moved about a lot.
She used to fantasize about being the “brown Murphy Brown” when she was a young girl. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications from Clark Atlanta University, where she concentrated her studies on media like radio, television, and film.