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Vicksburg mayor appoints Attorney Tiffany R. Pendleton as new Chief of Staff

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Mayor George Flaggs, Jr. hires Attorney Tiffany R. Pendleton as new Chief of Staff. (City of Vicksburg)

Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs, Jr. has announced the appointment of his new Chief of Staff, Tiffany Pendelton.

Pendelton has been appointed to fill the position as the former Chief of Staff, Sam Andrews, left to work in Governor Tate Reeves office.

Flaggs stated that he was “honored to find someone in our community that has compassion and drive about our city and future. A phenomenal person with expertise.”

View the announcement below:

Mayor George Flaggs, Jr. hires Attorney Tiffany R. Pendleton as new Chief of Staff. Attorney Pendleton will assume Chief of Staff duties starting October 7, 2021 and will succeed Sam Andrews as he accepts a position in Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves’ Office.

Mayor Flaggs is enthusiastic about Attorney Pendleton’s appointment as his Chief of Staff: “This is a great decision. I have the utmost confidence that Ms. Pendleton will execute her duties as my Chief of Staff, and that she will remain professional, diligent, and thorough in doing so. Vicksburg is her home – she wants the best for this city.”

Attorney Pendleton began her professional career as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Twenty-Second Judicial District Circuit Court Judge Tomika H. Irving. After practicing in Jackson, MS, she opened her law firm, Tiffany Pendleton Law, PLLC, in Vicksburg, Mississippi. She has served as legal counsel for Pendleton Quick Lube, The Vicksburg Civil War Museum and SnoBiz-Vicksburg.

She graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Arts & Sciences in Philosophy. She received her Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree in 2018 from Mississippi College School of Law where she graduated Cum Laude. Attorney Pendleton served as President of Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society; she served as Managing Editor of The Legal Eye, Mississippi College School of Law’s Newspaper; and she received several Best Paper Awards, including the Mississippi College Graduate Research Symposium, where she researched and wrote a paper titled: Culture v. Copyright: The Inability to Protect the Unprotectable.

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