New Orleans-based Enhanced Capital, which was acquired by P10 in 2020, is one of the nation’s three big CDEs that have played a dominant role in the state programs, according to Rutgers University public policy professor Julia Sass Rubin.
Kedar Nagarajan (MCRP ’23) was one of nine graduate students selected as a 2023-24 Morgan Stanley Community Development Graduate Fellow. He has five years of professional experience across three of India’s largest cities Bangalore, Bombay and New Delhi and worked with Professor DeFilippis on an ethnographic research project.
Nashia is a dual MPP/MCRP candidate and is passionate about expanding opportunities for underserved communities through the implementation of new social safety net programs.
Urban planning alum Gretchen Minneman Kostura MCRP ’07 talks about her journey from a student focused on community development to her professional work in transportation, currently working for the CEO and President of Amtrak.
He will be working at Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation (WHEDco), a community development organization founded on the simple idea that all people deserve healthy, vibrant communities
In his new book, Anton Nelessen details how this process works for community organizations, municipalities, and neighborhoods to evaluate their existing community and translate images into plans that embody their ideal characteristics of places and spaces.
PhD alums Lowe, Solitare to lead TSU’s new Center of Excellence for Housing and Community Development Research
The new center will advance transdisciplinary academic and empirical research and debate on affordable housing and community development policy.
William M. Rodgers appointed VP of Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Director of Institute for Economic Equity
In order to fulfill his new responsibilities, he will be taking a leave of absence from his positions as Professor of Public Policy at the Bloustein School and Chief Economist at the Heldrich Center.
This week Stuart Sharpiro talks to amazing Bloustein alums from New Jersey Community Capital, who discuss how the organization pivoted work during the pandemic to assist NJ’s small businesses and how the Garden State Relief Fund has been helping with the recovery.
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