Tiffanie Fisher, a resident of Hoboken since 1994, has more than 22 years of finance, real estate and management experience. Most recently she was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Brixmor Property Group. In that role, Tiffanie led the retail property company in a turnaround that took the highly leveraged, operationally and financially complex company from near bankruptcy to a stable, well-capitalized and streamlined organization positioned for an initial public offering. Tiffanie has held operations and finance roles in the real estate divisions of investment banks Morgan Stanley and UBS, and at real estate companies Vornado Realty Trust and Wilmorite.
Committed to engaging, informing and advocating for the public, Tiffanie is already working for Hoboken 2nd Ward residents. She has been leading the effort against The Applied Companies’ proposed Monarch at Shipyard development since 2011, which is threatening Hoboken’s master plan for an end-to end public waterfront and as part of this effort she co-founded Hoboken Residents for a Public Waterfront. She has been twice appointed to the Hoboken Zoning Board (2014 and 2015) and in her role as President of the Hudson Tea Buildings’ condominium association she coordinated pedestrian safety efforts on 15th Street resulting in new stop signs at the intersection of Bloomfield Street.
Tiffanie has a bachelor’s degree in economics and political science from SUNY at Buffalo and a master’s of business administration from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. She moved to Hoboken in 1994 and into the second ward in 2000. She lives in the Hudson Tea Building where she has been on the Board of the condominium association since she was elected by her neighbors in 2008, she was re-elected three subsequent times, and took over as Board President in 2011.