Heather Tiffany

Financial Director

Financial Director

Not a musician herself but having a daughter who loves the violin, Heather joined with the three other founders to create CCYO and make it a group that helps youth learn to glorify God with their talents.

Heather was raised in a Christain home and came to a saving faith in Jesus Christ at a young age. She met her husband Daymen in elementary school and they married after Daymen finished pilot training for the U.S. Air Force. Heather has home-educated her 5 children as they moved with the Air Force, all over the world. During their travels, she directed Classical Conversations (a large home education group) in Oklahoma, Virginia and Japan.

Heather attended the University of Kansas on a track scholarship where she studied Broadcast Journalism and English. These skills would come in handy as she served alongside her husband 21 years of his 24-year Air Force career. As a commander's wife, Heather was actively involved in caring for the many squadrons she and Daymen were part of.

The Tiffanys now reside outside Colorado Springs on a small farm. Heather enjoys being outside and caring for her many animals.

Heather Tiffany

Financial Director

Financial Director

Not a musician herself but having a daughter who loves the violin, Heather joined with the three other founders to create CCYO and make it a group that helps youth learn to glorify God with their talents.

Heather was raised in a Christain home and came to a saving faith in Jesus Christ at a young age. She met her husband Daymen in elementary school and they married after Daymen finished pilot training for the U.S. Air Force. Heather has home-educated her 5 children as they moved with the Air Force, all over the world. During their travels, she directed Classical Conversations (a large home education group) in Oklahoma, Virginia and Japan.

Heather attended the University of Kansas on a track scholarship where she studied Broadcast Journalism and English. These skills would come in handy as she served alongside her husband 21 years of his 24-year Air Force career. As a commander's wife, Heather was actively involved in caring for the many squadrons she and Daymen were part of.

The Tiffanys now reside outside Colorado Springs on a small farm. Heather enjoys being outside and caring for her many animals.