Tiffany Faaee is an American rugby union player, debuting for the United States in 2015 and captaining the US Eagles to the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup. Having also played for the Samoan and New Zealand Rugby League teams, Faaee has significant experience and knowledge of the sport, allowing her to turn to coaching. From 2014 to her retirement as a player in 2017, she played in the Women's Premiere League with the New York Rugby Club, captaining in 2016 and 2017 when they won the WPL Championship. She is now an Assistant Coach at Rugby United New York, which is a men's Major League Rugby team, setting herself as the first woman to coach in men's professional rugby in the country. Furthermore, she is the Director of the New York Rugby Youth Program. 

Tiffany comments:

"I am excited for the opportunity to work with Atlas to help grow the game in the US and all over the world. Rugby helped me find my voice, and I am grateful and excited to join the movement to drive inclusiveness and gender equality through sport."