Andrea Jackson

Executive Director

Andrea JacksonAndrea D. Jackson is Executive Director of the Getty House Foundation.  She is a multi-faceted professional with over 30 years of demonstrated business acumen cultivated within the corporate and nonprofit sectors. Her areas of expertise and competencies include financial management, strategic planning, program administration, project management, operations management, community economic development, and nonprofit management.

She is drawn to “mission-driven” opportunities and currently serves as Vice Chair on the Board of Directors for SRO Housing Corporation, a local non-profit affordable housing developer that provides emergency, transitional and permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless individuals in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles.  Additionally, she serves as Treasurer on the Board of Directors for SoLA Food Cooperative, an emerging food cooperative composed of over 650 household members committed to opening a community-owned healthy food market to serve the South Los Angeles region, its residents, and stakeholders. 

Andrea managed the $187 million budgeting process at The J. Paul Getty Trust for nine years during construction of the world-renowned Getty Center.  Through a rigorous nationwide screening of 500 candidates and 31 finalists, Andrea was recruited one of twelve into Times Mirror’s elite METPRO.bizLeadership Program where she was placed at the Los Angeles Times.  Andrea was the Finance liaison to the Editorial, Advertising and Legal Departments at The Los Angeles Times; Credit Services Manager at Comcast and served as the Interim Executive Director and Director of Business Operations at the Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation. 

Ms. Jackson is a product of Pepperdine University having earned her BS in Business Administration from Seaver College, and her MBA from Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business and Management.

Tiffany Massey

Associate Director

Tiffany MasseyTiffany Massey currently holds the position of Associate Director at the Getty House Foundation. She has previously served as the Digital Director for the Karen Bass for Mayor Campaign. Following Bass’ inauguration in 2022, Tiffany co-produced a short film, “Red, White, and Blue, ” which addresses reproductive rights. The film was recently nominated for a 2024 Academy Award in the Best Live Action Short Film category.

Tiffany’s journey to create change in communities using social justice, entertainment, and digital marketing began at SAG-AFTRA, where she held several positions, including social media specialist, industry relations liaison, and influencer relations strategist. Her knowledge of social media and expertise in the influencer arena played an essential role in SAG-AFTRA securing its first significant partnership with a network exclusively for content creators, and she later became one of three employees to be promoted to an influencer relations team. Tiffany’s creative and innovative approach to the entertainment industry and digital marketing allowed SAG-AFTRA to secure sponsorships and activations at major industry events such as Sundance, SXSW, Coachella, and VidCon.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Tiffany started her digital consulting firm to assist small businesses and non-profit organizations obtain grants through their online presence. Her most successful fundraising effort to date was securing a series of million-dollar grants for the California Association of African American Superintendents and Administrators (CAAASA) health and wellness program.

Tiffany is a Cleveland, Ohio, native who grew up in California. She has a B.A. degree in English and Theater from Grinnell College. She participated in Spelman College’s Domestic Exchange Program during her undergraduate studies. Tiffany is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. and a devoted daughter and older sister.

Terri Taylor

House Manager

Terri TaylorTerri Taylor was born in Houston Texas. At age 5, her parents moved to Los Angeles where she grew up. After graduating from college, Terri worked on political campaigns that inspired her to facilitate change through community engagement. Terri coordinated fundraising multipurpose events for non-profit organizations and local officials as well as having had the honor of being special assistant to Speaker Antonio Villaraigosa. She also worked on the Villaraigosa campaign for mayor and then on his Mayoral transition team.

Terri has over 25 years of community outreach and relationship building, in addition to coordinating townhall meetings, workshops and conferences to bring together diverse groups in the non-profit, private and corporate sectors. She has coordinated special events for the honorable Karen Bass, who was the Executive Director of Community Coalition. Terri is currently the House Manager for the Getty House Foundation.