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Tiffany Jones 

Tiffany Jones is someone you want to know if you're a budding artist, an almost-famous actress or a power player in the corporate world. She's a woman of many faces and the founder of her own company, Digital Divas PR. You might have seen this "diva" dining at The Fig Tree, waving out the window of a stretch limo or kicking it at the Pride Sunset Jazz Festival.

"I'm a natural socialite," she explains. "Even though I'm black, my friends call me the Paris Hilton of Charlotte."

"I considered moving to Atlanta or Miami, but I fell in love with this city. The Southern hospitality cannot be compared to up North. People wave and say, 'Hello!' Charlotte also has so many opportunities; it's a blooming and growing city." Her favorite place to go in town is The Sunset Club. "They play great music!"

She's worked with models, artists, congressmen, attorneys, restaurant owners, musicians and designers.

She currently produces a newsletter called Talk of Carolina and is a freelance writer for Today's Black Woman and Black Men magazines. Jones is also the president of the Young Professionals Group at the Afro-American Cultural Center and a member of the Charlotte Area Association of Black Journalists.

Jones proudly claims her astrological affiliation: Pisces. "The dreamers of the Zodiac. I have big dreams," she says. True to her sign, she's constantly on the move, always thinking, "What's next? What's next?"

To contact Tiffany Jones, e-mail her at digitaldivas@aol.com.

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