Policy Advisory Board

ESTABLISHED IN 1971 UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF JOHN T. DUNLOP, FORMER UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF LABOR AND DEAN OF THE HARVARD FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, THE POLICY ADVISORY BOARD OF THE JOINT CENTER FOR HOUSING STUDIES HAS A LONGSTANDING HISTORY OF SUPPORTING HOUSING RESEARCH AT HARVARD.

The Policy Advisory Board serves as a distinguished national forum for leading companies across all industries with interests in the future of housing, including homebuilding, building materials manufacturing and distribution, housing and mortgage finance, industry publishing, design, construction and renovation. Members of the Policy Advisory Board play an important role in identifying emerging issues and trends and join our commitment to advancing housing as a national priority.

The Joint Center for Housing Studies analyzes the ways in which housing policy and practices are shaped by economic and demographic trends and provides leaders in government, business, and the non-profit sector with knowledge and tools for formulating effective policies and strategies. The Policy Advisory Board is comprised of senior executives from leading corporations involved in the housing sector, including home building, building materials manufacturing and distribution, housing finance and mortgage banking, design, construction and renovation.