Tiffany Gooch is a Consultant at Enterprise & Ensight Canada and brings extensive experience in government, politics and events to her role.
A skilled consensus builder, creative political strategist, and talented event manager with a tremendous mind for logistics, Tiffany’s work centers on government relations and public affairs campaigns.
Her experience in strategic communications planning, with a practical approach to digital media and a natural, decisive leadership style make her the ideal calm in a storm during a crisis situation.
She focuses on the “why” in government decision-making and stakeholder motivation in order to align priorities and ultimately collaborate with influencers to get results.
Prior to joining Ensight, Gooch spent time working for the provincial Liberal government, assuming increasingly integral roles in the OLP Office, Constituency and Queen’s Park MPP’s Offices, Minister’s Offices and the Office of the Premier. More recently, Gooch was acclaimed Secretary of the Ontario Liberal Party’s Executive Council.
She also previously served on the Executive of the Ontario Women’s Liberal Commission (federal and provincial), on the Board of Governors for the University of Windsor, and currently serves as the Chair of The Reading Partnership Steering Committee.
Often called upon as a speaker and moderator for civic roundtables in the Toronto area, Tiffany consults with numerous political campaigns, social enterprises and not-for-profit organizations on strategic communications, fundraising and business planning.
Ms. Gooch was live on the Dr. Vibe show talking about Black activism and political organization in Canada + Connecting the movement and building the momentum.
During our conversation, Ms. Gooch talked about:
– Her background including being fifth generation Black Canadian
– How and when politics entered in her life
– How did she end up going to school in England
– The state of Black Canadian activism
– What effect is the current socio-political climate in America having an effect on Black Canadian activism
– What are African Canadians telling her that they would like to see change
Click here to listen.