Tiffany joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in 2018. Her work at the Bank focuses on the quality of jobs in low-wage industries, including formulating strategies for engaging businesses toward improving work and economic opportunity for the region’s low- and moderate-income communities.
Prior to joining the Bank, Tiffany worked in the nonprofit, philanthropic, and public sectors on issues such as public-sector innovation, inclusive economic development, cross-sector collaboration, and diversity and inclusion education and programming. Most recently, she was the Special Advisor on Research and Communications at The Workers Lab, an experimental incubator and accelerator that invests in early-stage ideas and technologies that might give more power and voice to workers in low-wage industries in the U.S. Tiffany also served as the Content Architect for the MIT Sloan Management School's 10th Sustainability Summit focused on social sustainability and good jobs, corporate human-capital strategies, and external cross-sector business practices that might lend well to a more inclusive and thriving economy. Tiffany holds a Master in City Planning from MIT, a Sustainability Certificate from MIT Sloan, and a B.A. in Dance and Urban Cultural Anthropology from Hunter College of the City University of New York.