Arthur Acoca Acolin is a PhD student in Urban Planning and Development at the University of Southern California with a broad interest in housing economics and a focus on international housing policy and finance.
Yeokwang (Brian) An a is second-year PhD student in Public Policy and Management in the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California. He is interested in urban economics and state and local government finance.
Janet is a second-year, dual-degree graduate student at USC Price. Policy analyst, planner, and social researcher interested in evidence-based policymaking and program development to address inequities in low-income communities through a community development framework.
Anthony W. Orlando is a first-year PhD student in Public Policy and Management. His research focuses on the role of housing and financial policies in economic and social welfare, especially as they affect inequality, unemployment, and business cycles.
Matt Schauer is a Master of Public Administration candidate (2018) interested housing policy and anything dealing with the unbanked. He has a range of professional experiences, including working in microfinance in rural China, co-founding an import-export company, running for office, and currently interns for LA Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson.
Jue Song is a Master of Public Policy candidate at USC Price. She is interested in civic engagement, education, and public policy advocacy. She enjoys playing the piano in her free time.
Danielle Williams is a Ph.D. Candidate at the USC Price School of Public Policy. A fourth year student in the Public Policy and Management program, her research interests include program evaluation, prisoner reentry policy, anti-poverty programs, and education policy.