The Montgomery County Council has confirmed Tiffany Ward as the County’s Chief Equity Officer in the Office of the County Executive.
From the press release:
Ms. Ward, who was the County’s racial equity manager, is responsible for implementing the County’s Racial Equity and Social Justice Act, which was spearheaded by Councilmember Nancy Navarro and supported by County Executive Marc Elrich and the full Council. The law was unanimously enacted by the Council on Nov. 19, 2019.
Prior to being the County’s racial equity program manager, Ms. Ward served as a senior legislative aide to then-Councilmember Elrich. She also was a workforce investment program manager at Friendship House and a voting rights fellow at the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO). In addition, Ms. Ward worked as the director of program services at Mentors, Inc. and continues to volunteer at the Kingman Boys and Girls Club, where she founded the Kingman Teen program.
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Montgomery County Council confirms Tiffany Ward as County’s chief equity officer (county council press release)