Ms. David will also liaise with City Commissioners to help them raise awareness in our community.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (June 21, 2019) -- West Palm Beach Mayor Keith A. James announces that Tiffany L. David, AICP has joined the City of West Palm Beach as Director of the Mayor’s Neighborhoods First Initiative and Advisory Group. In this role, Ms. David will oversee the initiative and communicate the concerns of residents, community groups, and local businesses in the City of West Palm Beach. She will also develop and maintain a response program that receives and tracks various internal and external community concerns and requests in the City, identify appropriate City resources, and develop methods to improve community relations and customer service. Ms. David will also liaise with City Commissioners to help them raise awareness in our community of how the city resolves issues in our neighborhoods.
Tiffany L. David, AICP
“Focused on creating a community of opportunity for all, my vision for West Palm Beach is a city that is resident-driven,” said West Palm Beach Mayor Keith A. James. “I am committed to creating a customer-friendly culture that focuses on neighborhood initiatives, regional collaboration, and community partnerships. I welcome Ms. David to the team, as we put neighborhoods—our residents, families, and their concerns and ideas-- first.”
Ms. David has more than 20 years of experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors with a focus on public engagement, community resilience, and economic development. Prior to joining the City of West Palm Beach, Ms. David managed Tiffany L. David, LLC, a public engagement consulting firm; worked as a Major Gifts Officer for the American Red Cross; served as an Economics Officer and Community Liaison Officer at the U.S. Consulate General Istanbul with the U.S. Department of State; and served as Outreach Project Manager for the Center for Communities by Design at the American Institute of Architects.
"I welcome the opportunity to serve as an advocate for my fellow West Palm Beach residents and to partner with our City Commissioners to better serve our community,” said Ms. David.
Ms. David holds a M.A. of Government Administration and B.A. in Urban History from the University of Pennsylvania. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP).