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Tiffany Chang Lawson

Tiffany Chang  Lawson is a 2007 alumna of Milton Hershey School. She is currently the Executive Director for the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian American Affairs.

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“MHS saved my life. I would never be who I am today without it,” Tiffany said.

Tiffany was the 2014 keynote speaker at the annual Founders Week Assembly. She spoke about how all of the ways we choose to give back – big and small – matter, and making just one connection can change everything. During her talk, she asked students, “What will you do to make yourself the person you want to be?

In 2015, Tiffany received the President’s Volunteer Service Award for her work with the Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs. It was presented to her by the International Service Center.

 

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