Tiffany is currently an Investor at Sherpa Capital, a SF-based venture capital firm whose portfolio includes Uber, Airbnb, Ipsy, Slack, Wag!, Curology, and Rent the Runway.
Tiffany previously served as Chief of Staff of Digital for the Consumer & Community Banking Division at JP Morgan Chase. The group delivers services to Chase’s 52+ million customers through internet and mobile delivery channels, next generation banking products, and emerging payments (e.g. Apple Pay, bitcoin).
As part of the core Strategy team at the investment bank years prior, Tiffany restructured the trading operating model of JP Morgan’s markets business and shepherded the creation of a new cross-asset electronic trading desk.
Before her start at the New York Stock Exchange, Tiffany founded three companies – a 501(c)(3) education nonprofit, a technology licensing company, and a restaurant. In 2010, Tiffany was named Emerging Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.
Tiffany is a graduate of Yale College. At Yale, she published an undergraduate thesis on decision-making in venture capital – exploring why integrity and authenticity matter in business. It was asked by David Cromwell, former CEO of JPMorgan Chase Capital Corporation if he could include the work to be part of the syllabus of his Yale School of Management course, “Venture Capital and Private Equity Investments.”
Specialties: Entrepreneurship, capital markets, fintech, healthcare tech, strategy, operations.
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