New York native Tiffany Gabbay began her media career nearly two decades ago and has worked in different areas of the industry, both in business and creative capacities. Her expertise as a writer, political analyst and communications specialist has lent value not only to media outlets, but to organizations and think tanks such as The Republican Jewish Coalition, The Center for Security Policy, and The David Horowitz Freedom Center, to name a few.
As someone of Iraqi-Jewish descent whose family fled Islamic persecution in Baghdad, and whose father served as an original member of Israel’s Haganah, Tiffany possesses a unique insight into the dynamics of the current war on terror, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and Islamic persecution of minority faiths. Leveraging this deep knowledge, Tiffany served as Font Page Editor and Foreign Affairs Contributor for TheBlaze and was one of the outlet’s founding-editors. Tiffany also hosted the bi-weekly conservative news program, Culture Wars, for The Rebel Media, and currently serves as editor for The David Horowitz Freedom Center’s news site, TruthRevolt.
Tiffany is a frequent guest on televised and radio news programs and is active on the public speaking circuit, often appearing on panels and symposia focused on a range of issues related to media bias, freedom of speech, current political affairs, terrorism, the Middle East and Israel.
While politically-engaged even as a child, Tiffany formally entered the political world first as a Capitol Hill reporter, interviewing some of the Beltway’s most prominent movers and lawmakers. Prior to her time in DC she spent several years abroad where she worked in London’s risk management industry as an associate publisher for an industry trade publication, and later served as global communications manager for an international insurance trade body.
Tiffany is a graduate of the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C. and studied publishing and communications at the London Institute – University of the Arts, London. She serves as a senior fellow for the New York-based think tank the London Center for Policy Research, and as a board member for the consulting firm, Quidlibet Research, and the technology firm, NANEVA.