Tiffany has experience in the nonprofit sector and a background in U.S. and global health, with a particular interest in addressing population health, social determinants of health, and equity. As a director at FSG, Tiffany is passionate about helping her clients address pressing social issues through strategy, evaluation, and learning. Tiffany has several years of experience advising private foundations, nonprofits, and collaborative groups to identify and seize new opportunities, learn from past efforts, increase effectiveness, and achieve greater impact. She has worked with clients on a range of issues, including U.S. and global health, reproductive rights, early childhood development, K-12 education, local food systems, and global development.
Before joining FSG, Tiffany worked in consultative and analytical roles with a variety of organizations involved in service delivery, policy, and research. She has consulted with the Alameda County Public Health Department and with the global think-tank Center for Effective Global Action. She has also designed and implemented evaluations for Horizons Unlimited, a youth development agency in San Francisco and the Center for Health Leadership at UC Berkeley. As a public health policy fellow at the Samoan Ministry of Health, Tiffany supported the development of policies relating to child and reproductive health. Tiffany also brings experience in the nonprofit sector from prior work at Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
- University of California – Berkeley, Goldman School of Public Policy, MPP
- University of California – Berkeley, School of Public Health, MPH
- Columbia University, BA in English
- American Public Health Association
- American Evaluation Association
- Conversational Spanish
On working at FSG
“FSG accelerates the pace of social change and helps organizations generate tangible results by combining rigorous analysis, innovative thinking, and a passion for creating positive impact. I am honored to work every day with organizations that are so dedicated to creating a just world where all people can thrive, and with teams that approach complex questions with intelligence, energy, and heart.”