Originally from Seattle, Tiffany has lived and worked in France, Switzerland, Israel, Jordan, Morocco, and now Washington D.C. After completing 27 months as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Morocco, she attended Tel Aviv University, where she earned an M.A. in international Security and Diplomacy. Currently, Tiffany works as Peace Corps’ Country Desk Officer for Jamaica, Eastern Caribbean, Samoa, The Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and Palau. She was a resident of Moishe House Columbia Heights for 2.5 years. Over the course of her time with Moishe House she hosted 197 programs with over 4831 attendees. She is the founder of You Don’t look Jewish and the first female Resident to sit on the International Board of Directors for Moishe House. Tiffany is Co-Chair of Shalom Corps (Peace Corps’ Jewish Employee Resource Group) and sits on Peace Corps’ Diversity Board and the Diversity Governance Council. She runs This is What a Jew Looks Like, a group for the multicultural and multiracial Jewish Community at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue in Washington DC and she is the Director of YaLa Young Leaders USA, a MENA region-based Peace Advocacy group with over one million likes of Facebook. Tiffany is currently studying for a Professional Certificate in Project Management at Georgetown University and her Yoga Instructor Certification.