Kimberly Burrowes is a research associate with the Policy Advisory Group at the Urban Institute, where she primarily supports housing finance and pay for success initiatives. Before joining Urban, Burrowes was a consultant with the urban development and disaster risk management unit at the World Bank, focusing on projects in the Caribbean and East Asia. Her work mostly involved technical assistance for community slum upgrading, low-income housing solutions, urban resilience, disaster-related resettlement, and inclusive cities. Before that, she worked on affordable housing policy at the Massachusetts Housing Partnership in Boston and the Island Housing Trust on Martha’s Vineyard.
Burrowes has a BA in geography and international development and an MA in community development and urban planning from Clark University.
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