When Alex Visotzky worked with us he was a second year Master of Public Policy Student at the USC Price School. After graduating with a BA in Political Science and Russian Language from Oberlin College, Alex worked for a corruption watchdog NGO in Kazakhstan. Alex then returned to his hometown of New York to work in fundraising for a faith-based non-profit doing organizing, advocacy, and community development lending to affordable housing developers and local CDFIs across the country. Alex’s studies at the Price School focused on affordable housing and community development lending. His research at the Bedrosian Center, conducted under Dr. Bostic, centered on school-based health clinics and their effects on health and education outcomes. In addition to his work at the Bedrosian Center, Alex worked tracking housing policy and transit-oriented development for Neighborhood Housing Services of Los Angeles County.
Where is Alex now? Check him out on LinkedIn!