Tiffany Enos, MA, is a senior fellow at the Center for Health Care Strategies (CHCS) where she supports CHCS’ leadership and capacity building initiatives, specifically leadership development training and curriculum design. In this role, she develops programs to ensure that public sector leaders and safety-net providers have the expertise required to effectively manage Medicaid programs and services and to support a robust pipeline of prepared and diverse individuals to succeed in these roles in the future. Tiffany also provides individual leadership coaching to participants in several of CHCS’ leadership programs. As a systems-thinker, Tiffany is skilled at working with individuals to raise awareness to their cultural patterns and to the skills needed to be an effective, inclusive leader. She is particularly interested in how leaders manage diverse teams, leverage the wisdom of underrepresented voices, and create professional environments that honor the identities and lived experiences of their colleagues.
Prior to CHCS, Tiffany spent twelve years in higher education working to advance equity, diversity, and inclusion across college campuses in New England. In her most recent position as Director of Inclusion and Campus Engagement in the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity at Brown University, Tiffany delivered diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) education and training to various departments, oversaw a year-long DEIB professional development program for staff, partnered with Talent Development to launch an Inclusive Leader Series for managers, and supported faculty and staff leaders with the implementation of strategic DEIB initiatives
Tiffany received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and communications as well as a master’s degree in psychological counseling from Boston College. She is a graduate of the Leadership and Performance Coaching Certification program at Brown University School of Professional Studies. Currently, Tiffany is a lecturer at Northeastern University College of Professional Studies where she teaches graduate courses on leadership coaching and organizational change.
In her free time, Tiffany enjoys quality time with family and friends, singing in multiple languages, practicing mindfulness, and star-gazing.