Tiffany Daugherty is the Head of Military & Veterans Affairs and Specialty Strategies for Johnson & Johnson. In this role, she leads the ongoing development, enhancements, and alignment to the cross-functional, Company-wide military-connected strategy and programming.
Prior to joining J&J, Daugherty was the U.S. Head of Military & Veterans Outreach for Barclays where she was charged with creating and implementing a strategy for veteran and military spouse hiring, retention, internal mobility and community engagement. She previously led military employment, retention and entrepreneurship efforts at First Data. During that time, the team won several national awards based on innovative programming and outcomes including being ranked #1 on Military Times’ “Best for Vets: Employers” list in 2017, 2018, and 2019.
Daugherty currently serves as Co-Chair of the Hiring Our Heroes – US Chamber of Commerce Veteran Employment Advisory Council. Daugherty was previously appointed by New York City mayor to the NYC Veterans Advisory Board and served as vice chair. From 2019 to 2021, she was appointed by the Secretary of the VA to the VA Advisory Board on Women Veterans.
She is an alumna of the 2018 George W. Bush Institute’s Stand-To Veteran Leadership Program.
Daugherty began her career as a U.S. Army Air Traffic Controller, serving in the U.S. and Republic of Korea. After service, she spent 10 years in the career counseling field, serving diverse student populations in technical colleges and traditional universities, including Vanderbilt University. She spent four years at Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP), leading a team of regional specialists in providing direct employment services to veterans with disabilities and their spouses.
As a rehabilitation counselor and career coaching professional, Daugherty has directly helped over 2,000 students and veterans find careers and move forward in their transitions. She completed her bachelor’s degree at Austin Peay State University and received her Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling from Assumption College.
Daugherty joined the WWP board of directors in 2020.