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Tiffany Hoerter

Tiffany Hoerter

Tiffany Hoerter currently serves as a Service Relationship Manager at Agilent Technologies. Throughout her diverse chemistry career, Tiffany has focused her organization, leadership, and consensus building skills to solve complex challenges in the fields of contract research, pharmaceuticals, OLED displays, project management, supply chain management and services sourcing.

She graduated with a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Wyoming where she completed undergraduate research on perfluorinated phosphine ligands and homogeneous catalysts in Professor Dean M. Roddick's group. She completed her M.S. in Organic and Organometallic Chemistry at San Diego State University under the direction of Professor Douglas B. Grotjahn where she worked on the synthesis of bifunctional rhodium pyrazole and pyrrole complexes for catylic cyclization and coupling reactions of alkynols. She is certified in Production and Inventory Management, holds a Six Sigma Greenbelt and is currently pursuing her Six Sigma Black Belt certification.

In addition, Tiffany has been an active member of the American Chemical Society since 2002 and an active member of the Delaware Local Section since 2007. Her Delaware Local Section leadership roles include: Chair (2013), Councilor (2010-Present), Alternate Councilor (2008- 2010) and YCC Chair (2007-2008). In 2012, Tiffany accepted an appointment to the ACS Committee on Economic and Professional Affairs, which she currently chairs. In 2014, she chaired the ACS Presidential Task Force on the Supply and Demand of Chemists in the United States, which evaluated the employment landscape for chemists and made actionable recommendations to the Society. Tiffany serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees at Hockessin Montessori. She also dedicates time to the students of HMS during monthly STEM labs through the Agilent After School Program and has designed and implemented five middle school labs to help students explore chemistry and physics.