Tiffany Agard is an MPA fellow ('21) at Cornell University concentrating in Economic and Financial Policy with an interest in how financial tools can help scale development and climate change initiatives. Prior to Cornell, Tiffany worked in agriculture from a variety of lenses: supporting rural agricultural entrepreneurs in both West and East Africa, marketing for a coffee retail company, consulting on major US grain crops, and working with cocoa farmers in Ecuador. She will be serving as a graduate resident fellow at Alice Cook House for the 2020-2021 year where she is looking forward to sharing her experiences with undergraduates and supporting personal and leadership development. She is also a Board member of Restless Development, a non-profit focused on engaging and elevating youth leadership to tackle the world's most pressing issues. Outside of school, Tiffany enjoys traveling, hiking, and dancing, especially salsa and kizomba.