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Tiffany is a consultant with NEF Consulting. She is an urban sociologist with experience in qualitative research and socio-spatial analysis. Prior to joining NEF Consulting, she worked on independent consulting projects related to gender, cycling and sustainable cities. For example, she worked on a research report about gender-inclusive urban climate action for C40 Cities’ Women4Climate initiative. In addition, she recently wrote a report for the Greater London Authority about making London’s public spaces and public transport safer for women and girls. She previously also advised a London-based autonomous vehicle start-up on the policy landscape for autonomous vehicles.
She is a cycling activist with expertise on inclusive cycling (having worked on various cycling projects in London, New York, Washington, DC, Mexico City and Oslo), and was named one of Cycling UK’s 100 Women in Cycling 2018. Before moving to London in 2015, she worked as a Civil Rights & Employment paralegal at a class action public interest law firm in Washington, DC, in which two of her most high-profile cases included landmark litigation against Wal-Mart for sex discrimination and litigation against McDonald’s for wage & hour and other labour violations.
Tiffany holds an MSc in City Design & Social Science from the London School of Economics and a BA in Women’s Studies and Peace & Justice Studies from Tufts University. She is fluent in Spanish and English.
- The National Lottery-funded Help through Crisis programme. The learning, evaluation and support (LSE) team, including NEF Consulting, is a consortium of organisations commissioned by the National Lottery Community Fund to help build understanding and capture learning from the Help through Crisis programme.