The Edward M. Gramlich Fellowship in Community and Economic Development is co-sponsored by the Joint Center for Housing Studies and NeighborWorks®America. The fellowship is named for Edward “Ned” Gramlich, a former member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and former chairman of NeighborWorks® America, who was a strong and consistent advocate for consumer protection in the financial arena. Gramlich Fellows spend a summer investigating policy and practice challenges faced by public and nonprofit sector organizations in real time.
Join us as our 2018 Gramlich Fellows present the work they completed in their summer fellowship last year:
Integrating Disaster Risk Management into Community Development
Susanna Pho, Candidate, Master in Design Studies, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Strategies for Sustainable Growth in Community Land Trusts
Aneliese Palmer, Candidate, Master in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies
One Bow Street, Cambridge
Bring your lunch, dessert provided
This event is part of our Housing Research Seminar Series, which are held on Fridays at lunchtime, during the academic year, and are livestreamed on Twitter.