New York, N.Y.
As executive vice president, chief diversity and inclusion officer for Sony Music Group (SMG), Tiffany works to expand equity and inclusion activities and policies across the company’s global recorded music, publishing and corporate divisions; she reports directly to SMG Chairman Rob Stringer. Previously, as senior VP, chief diversity officer for Omnicom Group, she oversaw a team focused on organization-wide efforts to advance and retain top-performing talent inclusive of women, people of color and LGBT professionals.
Tiffany is a talent strategist with more than 22 years of experience championing diverse professionals in the creative industries. In 2005, she founded ADCOLOR. The organization sponsors a conference and awards program; its FUTURES program offers mentoring and career building for the next generation of creative professionals. As ADCOLOR president, Tiffany is widely recognized for the progress and direction the creative industries have taken around diversity, equity and inclusion.
Her leadership in the field of diversity has earned many accolades. Tiffany received the American Advertising Federation (AAF) District 2 “Role Model” Diversity Achievement Award, the Jack Avrett Volunteer Award, the AAF Pioneer in Diversity Award (Omnicom Group), the 4A’s Foundation MAIP Gladiator Award, the National Association of Black Journalists Patricia L. Tobin Media Professional Award, the European Diversity Awards Global Diversity Champion Award, the John A. Reisenbach Foundation Distinguished Citizenship Award, the New York Urban League Frederick Douglass Medallion, and the AAF Barton G. Cummings Gold Medal for Distinguished Service. She has been selected as an Advertising Age Woman to Watch; inducted to the AAF Hall of Achievement; and named to the 4A’s “100 People Who Make Advertising Great” list, the Ebony 100, an AOL MAKER, the Black Enterprise Top Executive in Diversity 2019, the DoSomething.org 2020 Empower Player and the 2021 Henry Crown Fellow. Tiffany was elected to the Bentley board of trustees in 2020.