Tif Ho is a humanist, born and raised in NJ. She has a history of volunteering across various causes, including education, the justice system, homelessness, food insecurity, health, and social issues. Currently, she serves on the Board of Directors for Njiko, a recently-founded nonprofit that addresses social issues.
Prior to joining Foundation Beyond Belief, Tif spent time as a marketing consultant and executive at several early stage startups. She has a M.A. in Anthropology from Hunter College, with a background in both cultural and physical anthropology. The majority of her research (with some digression into the APOE/Alzheimer’s gene) has centered on the intersectionality between gender, race, ethnicity, culture, and age. Tif is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Business, Global Leadership, and Organizational Management from Indiana Institute of Technology. Her dissertation focuses on leadership style, collaboration, and change management between AAPI women and other multicultural leaders.
In her free time, Tif enjoys spending time with her family (including three dogs and two guinea pigs), reading, writing, traveling, and staying active outdoors.