Tizzy Brown

Tizzy’s parents believed that all lessons in life could be learned through sports and politics. After failing to become an Olympic gymnast by the age of eight, Tizzy began her pursuit of a career in the world’s most noble profession: politics.

Tizzy serves as the Development and External Affairs Coordinator Third Way, advancing long-term goals with stakeholders from the business and political communities. She previously worked at the National Geographic Channel where she did everything from finding corgis for Good Morning America segments to arranging international press trips. After her time at National Geographic, Tizzy oversaw donor relations operations at Dartmouth College’s Hood Museum: planning gallery openings, coordinating board meetings, and arranging donor visits with the museum’s director.

Tizzy earned her BA/MA in American studies down the street from Third Way at George Washington University. With the extra time she had between classwork, she interned and volunteered all over DC, including stints at NPR, the Senate, NARAL Pro-Choice America, the American Association for University Women, and two semesters as Third Way’s communications intern.

Tizzy spends her time outside of work sitting on the board of a charitable organization and leading monthly feminist book clubs in DC.


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