Dr. Tiffany Cardoza Jadotte
Dr. Tiffany C. Jadotte is the Associate Dean for Human Resources for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. In this role, Tiffany is responsible for developing and leading a “best in class” HR organization in the delivery of high-quality HR services throughout the FAS, including developing a post-pandemic “workplace of the future” and creating a more diverse and inclusive workforce. Functional areas of her responsibility include recruitment, compensation and benefits, learning and development, talent management, succession planning, employee engagement, organizational design, performance management, employee and labor relations, HR information systems, and HR data and analytics. Tiffany partners with the University’s Vice President for Human Resources (VPHR), the FAS Associate Dean for Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (DIB), other senior University and FAS administrators, as well as faculty and staff, to deploy FAS HR in support of the FAS’s academic mission and strategic goals.
Tiffany previously served as the Senior Director of Organizational Development and Effectiveness at Boston Medical Center (BMC). In this role, she led the Organizational Development, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and Talent Management teams responsible for the talent recruitment, development, engagement, learning, and retention strategies in support of the 9,000 employees in the BMC system, while ensuring alignment with the mission and vision of organization overall. Highlights of Tiffany’s tenure at BMC include her work to expand the system’s diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) leadership learning framework. As part of her efforts, she launched a coaching and networking program aimed at supporting the career development of emerging professionals of color to expand their leadership skills in preparation for future growth opportunities at BMC. Additionally, Tiffany partnered with an external, female-owned and operated leadership development organization to provide professional development and mentorship to a cohort of 100 female leaders across the system.
A lifelong resident of the south coast of Massachusetts, Tiffany received her undergraduate degree in human resources management and a Master in Business Administration from UMass-Dartmouth, as well as a Doctor of Education with a focus on organizational leadership from Northeastern University. Prior to her time at BMC, Tiffany served as Vice President of Human Resources for the Dimock Center, a nonprofit, community health and human services agency that serves health center, residential and outpatient behavioral health, and early education needs in Boston’s underserved communities and across the Commonwealth. While at Dimock, she partnered with local universities and community colleges to establish workforce development training, development, and learning opportunities with a focus on advancing certified nursing assistant and medical assistant training toward earning an Associate’s degree in nursing through the Commonwealth’s workforce development training work funding. Tiffany also served as Human Resources Director at Royal Health Group, an integrated health care delivery system operating 16 facilities in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Additionally, Tiffany served as a committee member for Governor Baker’s Massachusetts Healthcare Collaborative, a group of healthcare leaders convened to identify workforce development opportunities across government, educational institutions, industry, and public organizations.
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