Tiffany is a Senior Manager in BPM’s ESG Advisory group, with over ten years of experience in the impact space, including experience in nonprofits, education, and community-based tech startups. After graduating with an MBA in Sustainable Management, she pivoted that impact work to the corporate world through ESG consulting.
Alongside the ESG Advisory group, Tiffany services offerings related to ESG strategy, largely supporting clients in beginning their ESG efforts through materiality assessments. Her work assesses business risks and opportunities rooted in ethics, inclusion, and sustainability. Beyond materiality assessments, she has partnered with clients in their full ESG strategy and reporting work.
Often, Tiffany’s clients use materiality assessments to justify resource allocation for embedding ESG into strategic planning, performance evaluations, and programming across their organizations. Outside of this, Tiffany has consulted in organizational culture change, EV strategy, and energy management for clients across different industries.
Tiffany’s mom was born and raised in the Philippines and, although she’s only spent a total of 4 months there (half for service work), it very much feels like home to her. Extended family, friends, colleagues, and even strangers have taken her in and treated her as their own family. She hopes to always bring this aspect of her culture to everyone in her life as well.
- Member – Allinial Global’s ESG Steering Committee
- Vice Chair, Additional Accounting and Financial Reporting – American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) and Sustainability Committee
- BA/Sociology – University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
- MBA/Sustainable Management – Presidio Graduate School
How mission-driven companies can benefit from ESG – Accounting Today/website (2023)