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Town Of Brookline Appoints Tiffany Oliva As Assistant Town Administrator For Operations

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The Town of Brookline is pleased to announce the appointment of Tiffany Oliva as Assistant Town Administrator for Operations, effective today, Monday, May 20, 2024.

Oliva brings a wealth of experience in local government operations, public policy, and intergovernmental affairs to this critical role.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tiffany to the Town of Brookline leadership team,” said Chas Carey, Town Administrator. “Her impressive background in public administration, coupled with her proven ability to navigate complex policy issues and manage diverse teams, will be invaluable to our community.”

Deputy Town Administrator Melissa Goff had the good fortune of meeting Oliva last summer as they participated in the Kennedy School’s Senior Executives in State and Local Government program. Goff added, “Her enthusiasm for public service and commitment towards bettering communities was evident, and I am excited to have her join our team.”

Oliva has a distinguished career in local government, most recently serving as Director of Intergovernmental Affairs & Strategic Initiatives for the City of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. In this role, she oversaw a range of critical functions, including supervising three departments during leadership transitions, managing federal grant funding, and advocating for the City’s legislative priorities.

“I am excited to join the Town of Brookline and contribute my experience to serving this vibrant community,” said Oliva. “I am particularly impressed by the Town’s commitment to resident engagement and its focus on equity and inclusion. I look forward to working collaboratively with the Town Administrator, department heads, and Select Board to ensure Brookline continues to thrive.”

Oliva holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Government and a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Senior Executives in State and Local Government program and has served on numerous boards and commissions focused on issues such as language access, food security, urban agriculture, and juvenile crime prevention.