Carolina Reid is an Assistant Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning and the Faculty Research Advisor for the Terner Center for Housing Innovation. Carolina specializes in housing and community development, with a specific focus on access to credit, homeownership and wealth inequality. She has most recently published research on the impact of the foreclosure crisis on low-income and minority communities, the role of the Community Reinvestment Act during the subprime crisis, and the importance of anti-predatory lending laws for consumer protection.
Julian Chow is a professor at the UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare.
A leading thinker in community practice, service delivery and urban poverty, Dr. Chow’s current research interests include community practice and service delivery in urban poverty, ethnic and immigrant neighborhoods; community analysis and needs assessment; program planning and development; and cultural competency services.
Nadia Barhoum is a researcher with the Haas Institute where she works in the Global Justice Program (GJP) and the California Community Partnerships Program. Her interests include food production and climate change, spatial politics, and community engagement strategies. Nadia’s work in the GJP investigates the influence of the corporate food system on local landscapes and communities and how to scale up sustainable alternatives to modern industrial agriculture.
Malo André Hutson is an Associate Professor in the Department of City and Regional Planning and Associate Director of the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning (IURD) at the University of California at Berkeley. His research focuses on community development and urban sustainability/equity; racial/ethnic inequalities and urban policy (metropolitan fragmentation, segregation and health); and built enviornment and health.