Tiffany Dagulo, MBA

Tiffany is a dynamic HR professional renowned for her dedication to aligning human resource strategies with company missions and fostering inclusive work environments. As an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), she brings a wealth of expertise and passion to her role at GSX.

At GSX, Tiffany spearheads the development and implementation of HR strategies that seamlessly integrate with the company’s mission, ensuring a safe and nurturing workplace for all employees. Her leadership extends across HR operations, from strategic staffing and recruitment initiatives to meticulous benefits administration and rigorous compliance with employment regulations. Collaborating closely with other senior leaders, Tiffany gains invaluable insights into organizational goals and strategies, enabling her to tailor HR approaches that drive long-term success.

Before joining GSX, Tiffany oversaw the human resources operations as a member of the executive team for a non-profit organization that serves communities in northern Virginia.

Committed to advancing her expertise, Tiffany currently pursuing a doctorate in industrial-organizational psychology from Liberty University. She holds an MBA and a bachelor’s degree in human resources management from Strayer University, underpinning her profound understanding of organizational dynamics and human behavior. Tiffany’s dedication to continuous learning is further evidenced by her completion of the CITI Program course in social and behavioral research.

Tiffany's X-Facts
  1. Helping the less fortunate
  2. Mental Health & Wellness Support
  3. Entrepreneurship
  4. Family / Pets
  5. School
  1. DIY Crafting
  2. Cooking
  3. Baking
  4. Traveling
  5. Collectibles

Insights from Tiffany

Building Resilience Into Your Change Management Plan
Adapting to Change in the Workplace: It’s Time to Empower Your HR Team
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