Tiffany Enoch is the Program Manager at the Office of Human Capital and Services. Responsible for a variety of employee programs, including celebrations around key dates like Black History Month, Ms. Enoch ensures USTR employees stay engaged and informed about relevant events in the Trade community, and beyond.
But Ms. Enoch’s ties to USTR go beyond her close connection to staff employees – her mother, Ms. Linda Enoch, was a career staffer at USTR with a long history of Federal service.
“My story is unique in that my family is part of USTR’s legacy. Upon her untimely death after battling cancer, a group of my Mother’s peers suggested an agency award be renamed in her honor. The Linda S. Enoch Award, established in 1997, is a tribute to Black history at USTR!”, Mr. Enoch says about her mother’s legacy.
“Black History Month is a time to reflect and find ways to honor the triumphs and struggles of my ancestors, the work of the current generation, and the potential of future generations.”
USTR thanks the Enoch family for their contributions, past and present, to our history and advancement as an agency.