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TVG Team Spotlight: Tiara Ward

Updated: Apr 2

In the coming months, we are going to spotlight The Violet Group's extraordinary team!


Our social media manager, Courtney, spent some time with each of our team members to learn more about their story, skills, and favorite moments of the year.


Let's kick off our series with spotlighting our team member, Tiara Ward.


At TVG, Tiara manages a number of client projects, serves as a Violet Guide in the Collective community, and contributes her insights and ideas to Team Aesthetics (among many other things!).


Let's learn more about Tiara...



Q: Tiara, what's a book, podcast, or movie that has had a significant impact on you and why?


A: "The One Thing" by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. My mind goes in so many directions, and this book is all about shifting your focus onto one thing.

It taught me how to narrow my focus and not intentionally pull myself in several directions. Eliminating all the noise around you and focusing on one thing - it was impactful.


Q: Who's a person that has inspired you and had a big impact on your life?


A: I wouldn't say it's one person - my family as a collective has had the most impact in my life and has supported me in anything I want to do.


They've given me tough love that I didn't know I needed, but that has prepared me for the world.


My family is very inspiring to me, and they've impacted me so much.

Q: What's one skill or talent you have that isn't directly related to your job, but you're really proud of?


A: Being a good problem-solver. I love puzzles, and I'm really good at dissecting complex issues. Using my brain, thinking things through, and finding a solution underneath something is energizing.


[We can attest - Tiara is an EXCELLENT problem-solver who helps TVG address and resolve the most complex issues]


Q: What has been your favorite moment with TVG this year?


A: A night in London, when our team was on the rooftop of our AirBnb.

We finished up working for the day & went out for a few drinks. When we got back, and we went on the rooftop; with the fireplace lit, we played heads up, and shared stories, and it was just a nice London night - it felt surreal!


Q: If you could have dinner with anyone, living or dead, who would it be and why?


A: Someone from history. I'm curious about what our day to day life was in past/ancient times; what skills we lost/what skills we kept.


Q: What's a hobby or interest of yours that might surprise your colleagues?


A: I like taking pictures. Capturing scenic moments & documenting time in any way, through pictures or even voice recordings.


We're so happy to have you as a part of our team, Tiara!

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