The School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Memphis has 14 graduate students from the Departments of Anthropology, City and Regional Planning, Public Administration, and Social Work in the 2012 Housing and Community Development (HCD) Fellows Program. These students will be conducting vital work with different organizations in the Memphis metropolitan area that are committed to community development. The purpose of the program is to encourage professional students to engage in community based research, public policy, program development, project management, and program evaluation efforts in the field of economic and community development.
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Below is a list of the organizations the students will be working with:
Carole Colter – GrowMemphis
Amy Donaghey – Binghampton Development Corporation
John Elliott – Behavioral Health Initiatives
Anna Gattuso – United Housing
Noelle Gilbreath – Community Development Council
Cecell Hite – University Neighborhood Development Council
Zach Hunter – Memphis Landmarks Commission
Austin Johnson – Frayser Community Development Corporation
Kate Kananura – Gestalt Community Schools
Katie Mckeel – Mayor Wharton’s Innovation Delivery Team
Gabrielle Mondie – City of Memphis
Gayle Ozanne – The Works, Inc.
Nadia Shah – Pigeon Roost Development Corp.