Tiffany Ferrette is a policy analyst with CLASP’s Child Care and Early Education team. She brings expertise in early learning and child wellbeing from practice, research, and policy. Tiffany also has a background and passion to achieve education and racial equity.
Prior to joining CLASP, Tiffany was a policy analyst at the National Governors Association (NGA). At NGA, she supported the nation’s governors on issues of early care and education, school safety and prevention, and human services policies. She managed state technical assistance on issues of early care and education and has written memos and briefs on child care, health and home visiting, early childhood integration efforts, indicators and measurements, and high-quality preschool.
Tiffany began her career serving children and families in the Children’s Defense Fund Freedom School program for seven years in various capacities in the classroom and on curriculum and training. Tiffany also taught English and History in Bogotá, Colombia through the Fulbright program and has supported research efforts on universal Pre-K in New York City.
Tiffany received a bachelor’s degrees in philosophy and Spanish from Villanova University and earned a master’s degree in education policy from Teachers College, Columbia University.