Tiffany Paige Ramirez holds a BFA from Parson’s School of Design and worked in the design industry until her calling into creative arts care. Moved by the loss of her grandfather to Alzheimer’s, combined with her awakening to the truth of the Gospel of Jesus,  she started pursuing her passion to bring the healing properties of art and imagination to lives of people living with the illness.

Through the mentorship of the highly respected late Sean Caulfield, Tiffany studied the techniques of ARTZ: Artists for Alzheimer’s and the I’m Still Here Foundation and launched the Sacramento Chapter of ARTZ in 2011. She has been responsible for initiating an Art Liaison program for hospice care and developing numerous person-centered life enrichment programs in assisted living communities throughout Northern California.  She currently manages the Sacramento office of The Hummingbird Project, offering personalized, quality of life programs to older adults that supports their emotional, intellectual, creative, environmental and physical well-being.

Inspired by the brilliance and generosity of her Grandpa Mac and the loving wisdom of her grandmother Nanna Lu, Tiffany is dedicated to offering creative experiences that support hope and faith,  give access to lost memories, and provide persons living with Alzheimer’s the opportunity to nurture their dignity and tend to the symptoms often associated with the illness and other related dementias.

Commit everything you do to the Lord. Trust Him, and He will help you. He will make your innocence radiate like the dawn, and the justice of your cause will shine like the noonday sun. -Psalm 37:5-6