SVP Diverse Segments, Representation and Inclusion
Wells Fargo

Tiffany Tavarez (she/her/hers) serves as Senior Vice President of Diverse Segments, Representation and Inclusion within Technology’s Diversity, Community and Sustainability (TDCS) organization. This global team focuses on people strategy, cultural transformation, and sustainability. Within these efforts, Tiffany leads the Technology DE&I Council to evolve Technology’s strategic approach to workforce outcomes of representation, mobility and inclusion. She is also responsible for the development & execution of a high impact, multi-channel communications strategy to build brand awareness.

Prior to joining TDCS, Tiffany was Senior Vice President of Community Sponsorships and Strategy, Wells Fargo Advisors and Vice President of Community Relations for the Wells Fargo Foundation. Her career in inclusive philanthropy, program development & strategy and stakeholder engagement has included reputable organizations such as Exelon, Comcast, Temple University, and the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage.

She has been honored with numerous awards and recognitions including being named in the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Top Forty Under 40 (2019); a Women of Excellence honoree by WDAS 105.3 FM (2022) and named one of Philadelphia’s Top Latino Power Players by Metro Philadelphia (2023). She was also named 2023 Love Ambassador with Love Now Media, a Black-owned social enterprise whose mission is to create a more just, well and equitable future by amplifying acts of love at the intersection of social justice, wellness, and equity.

In 2023, she was named a Marshall Memorial Fellow (MMF). MMF is the German Marshall Fund’s flagship leadership development program created to introduce a new generation of leaders from all sectors who facilitate knowledge and network development for effective transatlantic engagement between the United States and European Union.

Her current civic engagements include serving as Commissioner for Pennsylvania Commission for Women under Governor Shapiro; Chair, Board of Directors for Monument Lab; Member, Board of Directors for Esperanza and a Philadelphia Mayor appointee on the Board of the Poverty Action Fund; Co-chair of the Children’s Scholarship Fund Campaign Committee as well as an advisory committee member of Making Space: Reimagining Recreation, a social enterprise initiative that reimagines Philly recreational centers as community hubs where entrepreneurs will mentor local youth.

She is a first-generation college graduate who has earned degrees from both Temple University and University of the Arts.

Summits Attended: 2023 Pride

Diverse representation is a priority for us. We're proud to say that our Summit speakers are 80% queer women, 50% women of color, 25% Black & Latinx, and 15% transgender and gender nonconforming.