Tiffany Chu is the Chief of Staff to Mayor Michelle Wu.
Tiffany comes from a background in design, urban planning, and entrepreneurship. Prior to joining the City of Boston, she was the CEO & Co-founder of Remix, a collaborative software platform for transportation planning used by 500+ cities around the world. Remix was named a Tech Pioneer by the World Economic Forum and Bloomberg for furthering sustainability and equity in the field, and was acquired by Via in one of the largest software acquisitions of 2021.
Tiffany was appointed as a Commissioner of the San Francisco Department of the Environment and served on San Francisco’s Congestion Pricing Policy Advisory Committee.
Previously, Tiffany was at Code for America, Y Combinator, Zipcar, and Continuum. She’s been named in Forbes’ 30 Under 30, LinkedIn’s Next Wave of Leaders Under 35, and featured at SXSW, Helsinki Design Week, the New York Times Cities for Tomorrow Conference, and more. Tiffany has a degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) School of Architecture and Planning.
Tiffany is a first generation Taiwanese American. A few of her favorite things around Boston include the Charles River Esplanade, pasta at Giacomo’s, and the city’s walkability.