2020 - 2021
Tiffany Batiste is a U.S. Army Officer and serves as an analyst for the Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (G2). She advises the G2 on the military and strategic environments within China and Southeast Asia, and acts on behalf of the G2 with senior leaders and government officials across the Army Staff, Major Commands, and Department of Defense. In her fifteen years of service, she deployed twice in support of combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, establishing a foundation for intelligence support to tactical combat operations. Tiffany also developed expertise in strategic intelligence through her work supporting Pacific theater problem sets. As a China Foreign Area Officer, she now blends the accumulation of her experience into a unique ability to help guide and shape U.S. interests in the Indo-Pacific. Tiffany earned a Master’s in Global Thought from Columbia University, a Master’s in Intelligence Studies from American Military University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Asian Studies from Furman University.