Tiffany W. Chang
Tiffany W. Chang is a Campaign Strategist for Protecting Immigrant Families (PIF). With a background in organizing, advocacy, and community engagement, Tiffany most recently served as the Director of Multicultural Affairs for the Philadelphia Office of Immigrant Affairs, where she managed the Mayor’s Commission on African and Caribbean Immigrant Affairs and the Mayor’s Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, liaising with local communities to advance immigrant-inclusive policies and programs. Formerly, as the Director of Community Engagement at Asian Americans Advancing Justice |AAJC, Tiffany organized the nation’s first Asian American-led, BIPOC-inclusive March on the Mall.
Her political experience includes serving as Deputy GOTV Director for the 2020 Michigan Coordinated Campaign and Associate Director of Allied Groups for the 2020 Democratic National Convention, leading outreach to diverse stakeholders including immigrant, interfaith, veterans and military, disability rights, and gun violence prevention organizations. Tiffany holds a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University School of International Affairs (SIPA) and a Bachelor of Music from New York University (NYU), and has lived, worked, and performed in the North Africa/Middle East and East Asia regions as a musician, teaching artist, and cultural activist.