Leadership & Staff
Over the past decade, Princeton University, the John Merck Fund, KeyBank, and the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce have honored her work. Tiffany received a Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and her B.A. from Princeton. She is a former member of Princeton’s Board of Trustees and currently serves on the boards of Vermont Energy Investment Corporation and Public Assets Institute. She lives in Burlington with her partner and two sons, whose feet have now grown far too large for their mudroom.
Advisor of Community Engagement
As the Advisor for Community Engagement for Change The Story, Lindsey wants to ensure every girl and woman believes and has the opportunity to pursue whatever passion she wants to.
Lindsey has developed two programs for young women, an internship program called LEAD IN and a job shadow program she now implements with Vermont Energy Investment Corporation and other employers.
Lindsey holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Organizational Development from Clarkson University. She lives in Burlington with her husband, Colin, and dog Jake.
Consultant for Strategy & Partnerships
Jessica is a Fletcher Free Library Commissioner, co-founder of the Greater Burlington Women’s Forum and serves on the Advisory Board of Emerge Vermont. She is also a managing partner at a mid-size, rapidly growing family firm in the South End of Burlington that specializes in big dinners, bad jokes and lots of laundry.
Eileen Boland, Vermont Commission on Women
St. Johnsbury Academy, Human Resources Director
Cary Brown, Vermont Commission on Women
Linda Markin, Vermont Works for Women
Director of Finance and Administration at Vermont Community Loan Fund
Susan McCaslin, Vermont Women's Fund
Chair of Vermont Women’s Fund Council
Jen Peterson, Vermont Community Foundation
Vice President for Program and Grants
Wendy Rice, Vermont Works for Women
Meg Smith, Vermont Women's Fund