Tiffany Tupper is a communications manager at CRS, an international humanitarian agency that works in over 100 countries, where her work focuses on donor engagement. Previously, she was a senior program administrator at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a foreign policy think tank based in Washington, DC, and a program officer at the World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh. She has also been a contributing writer to Forbes Middle East, authoring stories on entrepreneurs in the Middle East.
With nearly a decade of external affairs and strategic communications experience, Tiffany has planned more than 300 events around the globe, with principals including heads of state and executive-level government officials. Her work has taken her to nearly 10 countries and she thrives when overseeing global projects with cross-cultural teams. As a 2009 VIH recipient, Tiffany studied Arabic and anthropology at the American University in Cairo. Tiffany is a graduate of Chatham University with a bachelor's degree in history-political science and is currently completing an MSc. in Development and Climate Change at SOAS University of London.