Tauscheck Named Industry Forty Under 40
Tiffany Tauscheck, Vice President of Marketing and Development for the Greater Des Moines Convention and Visitors Bureau (GDMCVB) and Des Moines Area Sports Commission, has been named a “Forty Under 40” honoree by USAE — a national publication for and about the association, destination marketing organization and hospitality communities.
“Tiffany more than demonstrates service and commitment to her community, both in her role at the Greater Des Moines Convention and Visitors Bureau and in every aspect of her life,” said Greg Edwards, President and CEO of the GDMCVB and Des Moines Area Sports Commission. “She has brought our city’s destination marketing initiatives to new heights. Her passion for Greater Des Moines, the tourism industry and the nonprofit sector are unmatchable.”
The USAE award is given to 40 individuals of trade or professional associations, association management organizations and charitable or philanthropic entities who are 39 or younger and demonstrate strong leadership skills, leadership potential and a solid commitment to the association/nonprofit industry.
Tauscheck, a Drake University Graduate, serves the community in a variety of ways, including the Governor’s Council on National Service, Drake University National Alumni Board, Des Moines Community Playhouse Board (President-Elect), Hospice of Central Iowa Foundation Board of Trustees, John Stoddard Cancer Center Board of Directors, Community Foundation of Greater Des Moines Marketing Committee and Maddie’s Circle. She was named a Des Moines Business Record Forty Under 40 honoree in 2008, Juice Magazine Young Professional of the Year in 2011 and the inaugural Des Moines Business Record Emerging Woman of Influence in 2014.
About Greater Des Moines Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Greater Des Moines Convention and Visitors Bureau is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to promote Greater Des Moines as a fun, vibrant and affordable destination statewide, nationally and internationally. Our focus increases visitors to our community through meetings, conventions, sports events, leisure travel, and group tours, thereby contributing to the local economy.