Tiffany is a Senior Adviser at Global Counsel. She has twenty years of experience as a diplomat, serving in the UK, Indonesia, Korea, and most recently as Australia's High Commissioner to Brunei during its high-profile ASEAN Chair year. She has led multilateral negotiations and cross-government projects, successfully navigated governments and businesses to secure strategic outcomes, from regulatory reforms, removal of market access impediments, to providing high-level advice on managing geopolitical and strategic risk.
Tiffany has delivered diplomatic tradecraft training across numerous government agencies to build internal capabilities and effectiveness in negotiations and representational activities. In addition to her extensive diplomatic experience, she practised in the private sector in a top-tier law firm and worked for the United Nations. She speaks conversational Bahasa Indonesian and Melayu.
Recent examples of her work include:
- Advising clients on multilateral and free trade agreement negotiations which may impact intellectual property rights and developing advocacy options to mitigate risks.
- Providing advice on the risks and opportunities in the UK’s tilt to the Indo-Pacific, including free trade agreement negotiations such as CPTPP.
- Developing expert training on diplomatic tradecraft for various government agencies and corporations with a particular focus on achieving objectives in bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations.