Tiffany Gabbay is a partner at Quidlibet Research Inc., a consulting firm assisting for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in areas related to development, communications, public relations, writing, public speaking and strategic management. Tiffany’s consulting has lent valuable strategic support to organizations like Ventures for Veterans, The David Horowitz Freedom Center, and the Center for Security Policy, a national security-driven think tank based in Washington, D.C. Tiffany has played a vital role shaping the organization’s outreach efforts and managing its communications and public relations initiatives.
As someone of Iraqi descent whose family fled persecution in Baghdad, Tiffany understood hard truths about the Middle East from an early age. This innate understanding gives Tiffany a unique perspective on the cultural and religious tensions at play in the region. Using this knowledge, Tiffany served as Assistant Editor and Foreign Affairs Editor for Glenn Beck’s, TheBlaze, and also as a contributor to FrontPage Magazine, and The Jewish Voice, among other publications. She has appeared frequently as a guest on various radio and televised news programs for TheBlaze TV and SUN News Canada, and is also on the public speaking circuit, appearing on panels and symposia focused primarily on the Middle East and Israel.
In addition to her columns and news articles, Tiffany also worked as a reporter on Capitol Hill where she interviewed some of the Beltway’s biggest names, including former House Speakers Newt Gingrich and Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Dick Durbin, Sen. Joe Lieberman and many others. She also served as Deputy Director of the National Women’s Committee of the Republican Jewish Coalition.
Prior to her time in Beltway, Tiffany spent a number of years in the U.K., where she began her career her career in London’s insurance and risk management industry as an associate publisher for a popular trade publication, and later as global communications manager for an international insurance trade body.
Tiffany is a graduate of the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C. and studied communications at the London Institute – University of the Arts, London. She also serves as a fellow for the Disruptor Foundation, an institution dedicated to breaking new ground in the fields of innovation. Tiffany is based in New York City.