2013 Fed 100

Federal 100: Tiffany L. Smith

Tiffany L. Smith

Name: Tiffany L. Smith
Title: Deputy Chief, Knowledge Leadership Division
Agency: Department of State

The digital diplomat. Smith is a visionary leader of the core innovations launched by the Office of eDiplomacy. She brings a rare combination of insight into social media, extensive technical skills and energetic leadership to the challenge of improving State’s knowledge management. Last year, she managed the creation of a new dashboard, now in beta, that allows State employees to collect foreign affairs information from the Internet and internal sources and share it across department systems and eDiplomacy platforms. Her innovative use of technology to facilitate collaboration has enhanced State’s effectiveness in foreign affairs.

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