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Chicago, Join Us In Welcoming Tiffany Marie Konecko​ To SCENE Chicago​

Tiffany Konecko is a graduate of Marquette University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and Criminology. Dance was a huge part of her life. She is a former professional dancer for the AFL (Arena Football League) and even had the opportunity to perform in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
She is proud to be married to her best friend Robert of 4 years. They have two beautiful children, Maksimilian, who is three, and Alexander, 6 months. Caring for her family is her pride, and serving her community is her passion. They are a very active family and you will always see them on the go. They enjoy trips to the zoo, reading a LOT of books, and dancing (like nobody is watching) to Polish music.

In 2014, Tiffany was blessed to have won the prestigious title of Mrs. Wisconsin and went on to compete for the Mrs. United States title held annually in Las Vegas, NV. A once in a lifetime opportunity. She has appeared in commercials, magazines, print campaigns and also has walked a few runway fashion shows.

Konecko’s charities of choice are the Ronald McDonald House, where families can stay while their children are being cared for at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Wauwatosa, and Generations against Bullying (www.GAB.org), for which Konecko is a spokeswoman. Her favorite part of being involved with the Ronald McDonald House is cooking dinner and preparing meals for the families staying at the house. She has been apart of helping raising funds for the house and after many years of having a waiting list, they are now able to offer 70 private guest rooms after the completion of their 10 million dollar expansion to the house.
Some of her favorite hobbies include, modeling, exercising, bargain shopping and most of all spending time with her family. Her joy comes from her family and her life is dedicated to being a wife and a mother. She strives to lead an active, well balanced lifestyle combining faith, family and volunteerism. Although her happiness incorporates her faith and family, life becomes so much more fulfilling when she is able to impact other’s lives as well. Her favorite quote by Eleanor Roosevelt, “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.


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