Camille Anoll is a research analyst in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center at the Urban Institute. She is interested in the impact social policy has on health inequities, with a focus on housing discrimination, community resources, and gentrification. She previously was a research manager at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, examining the interaction between housing discrimination, gentrification, and health inequities.
Anoll graduated from the University of Virginia with a bachelor’s degree in human biology, an interdisciplinary combination of biology, public health, and bioethics. She received master’s degrees in public health and social work from the University of Michigan.
Research AreasAdolescents and Youth Families Health and Health Policy Housing and Housing Finance Neighborhoods, Cities, and Metros Race and Ethnicity
Centers & InitiativesMetropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center
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