Brett Theodos, Senior Fellow, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center
Brett Theodos specializes in program evaluation and performance measurement of interventions supporting vulnerable communities and families, focusing on economic and community development, neighborhood change, affordable housing, financial services, and youth support programs.
Lindsey Buss, Senior Officer for Community Outreach, World Bank Group
The founding partner of Measure4Change, Lindsey Buss leads the World Bank Group’s philanthropic, volunteer, and other community efforts. Annually, the World Bank Group and its staff contribute more than $5.8 million to the Washington, DC, region alone. Before joining the World Bank Group, Buss was president and chief executive officer of Martha’s Table, a DC nonprofit that helps families and individuals succeed with early education, after-school, nutrition, clothing, and other healthy living support programs.
Mary K. Winkler, Senior Research Associate, Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy
Mary Winkler leads Urban’s performance measurement and management body of work and has more than 20 years of experience providing strategic planning and assistance in developing performance measurement systems for government agencies and nonprofit programs.
Peter Tatian, Senior Fellow and Project Director of NeighborhoodInfo DC, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center
Peter A. Tatian is a senior fellow at the Urban Institute and research director for Urban–Greater DC. He advises nonprofits on performance management and evaluation and heads Urban’s work providing technical assistance on data collection and use to grantees of the US Department of Education’s Promise Neighborhoods initiative.
Sara McTarnaghan, Senior Research Associate, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center
Sara McTarnaghan is a senior research associate in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center at the Urban Institute and practice area lead for Urban’s work on climate and communities. Her research focuses on community development initiatives, affordable housing policy, and nonprofit capacity building.
Jorge González-Hermoso, Research Associate, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center at the Urban Institute.
Jorge González-Hermoso is a research associate in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center, where he focuses on small businesses and community development finance. His research also explores issues related to transportation, public spaces, and the racial wealth gap.
Ananya Hariharan, Research Analyst, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center
Ananya Hariharan is a research analyst in the Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center. Her research interests include housing affordability, economic mobility, race and ethnicity, and political psychology.
Tanay Nunna, Research Assistant, Metropolitan Housing and Communities Policy Center
Tanay Nunna’s research interests lie in health and housing, land use and urban planning, and affordable housing development and preservation.