Tiffany comes to Moishe House from Amazon Web Services, where she managed a global education program in cloud computing. Prior to joining Amazon, Tiffany served as Peace Corps Headquarters’ Public Affairs Specialist. She was a founding member of Shalom Corps (Peace Corps’ Jewish Employee Resource Group), a founding member of Peace Corps’ Diversity Board, and she sat on the Chief of Staff’s Diversity Governance Council. The National Peace Corps Association honored Tiffany on its decennial 40 under 40 list.
Tiffany is an alumna Resident of Moishe House Washington DC – Columbia Heights and Moishe House Without Walls (MHWOW). She is a former Moishe House Board member and a former Jim Joseph Foundation Board member. These experiences shaped my Jewish identity, turned me into a convener, activist, and organizer; and it made me feel like I was an integral part of a global jewish community. I knew that I wanted to work for Moishe House one day. It was a matter of timing and finding a position that was a good fit. When this role opened up, it was a beshert-like moment to finally join the organization that I love so much in a role that aligns with my interests, skills, and experience.
Tiffany’s undergraduate degrees are from Seattle University. She has an MA from Tel Aviv University, a Certificate in Project Management (PMP) from Georgetown University, and attended the Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits at the Kellogg School’s Center for Nonprofit Management.