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Tiffini Connell

President, Washington Designated Broker

West Coast Commercial Realty

After an early decade-long career in marketing and public relations, Tiffini moved into commercial real estate in 2004. She has been named an annual Seattle/Puget Sound CoStar Power Broker 16 times, the most awarded to an individual broker in the retail sector in this market since the inception of the award, as well as a quarterly deal award winner 9 times. In September of 2016, she was named a Bisnow "Power Woman" in the digital media company's first ever Seattle edition of influential women in commercial real estate.

Tiffini served as the 2020 Board Chair for the Commercial Brokers Association (CBA) Board of Directors, the largest commercial real estate member-organization in the United States with over 4,500 broker members in two states. She has been on the Board since 2016 and is now serving on the Executive Committee.

In November of 2020, she received Connect CRE's 2020 Women in Real Estate award, honoring her role in helping guide her clients through the early days of the pandemic and for strategically shaping the future for her business.

Tiffini has worked on the full array of transactions including anchor, junior anchor, shop space, ground leases, build-to-suits, mixed use applications, stand-alone, new construction, assemblages, and investment and land sales.

Tiffini has been a guest lecturer at the University of Washington's Foster School of Business, a mentor for the University of Washington's Aspire Program through the College of Built Environments, and in 2021, 2022 and 2023, she served as NAOIP's retail sector mentor and judge for their collegiate Real Estate Challenge.

She has been an expert panelist for industry-related organizations such as CCIM, the Appraisal Institute, the Commercial Brokers' Association and the Downtown Seattle Association. She is the second-generation owner, President and Designated Broker for her firm, she is also licensed in California, and is a 1994 graduate of the University of Washington.

Tiffini Connell
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