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Wednesday, January 24 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Open: Urban Institute: Can Impact Investing End Homelessness?

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This afternoon session is open to all Winter Innovation Summit attendees. 

  • Take Bus D from the west side of Libby Gardner Hall to the University Guest House, then follow signs to the Officer's Club next door.
  • Bus D departs promptly at 1:10 PM. 

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Maya Brennan

Senior Policy Associate, Urban Institute
Maya Brennan is a senior policy associate in the Research to Action Lab at the Urban Institute. She applies knowledge from multidisciplinary research to maximize well-being for individuals, families, and neighborhoods. She seeks ways to engage housing programs and policies in supporting... Read More →
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Danielle Cerny

Program Director, Harvard Government Performance Lab
Danielle Cerny is an Assistant Director with the Government Performance Lab at the Harvard Kennedy School. Danielle leads a team helping Rhode Island state agencies use performance data to inform procurement, budget and programmatic decisions, and enable rigorous evaluation of management... Read More →
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Kimberlee Cornett

Director of Social Investments, The Kresge Foundation
As managing director of The Kresge Foundation’s Social Investment Practice, Kimberlee Cornett works closely with the foundation’s program teams to make capital and financing available to organizations working on key, strategic priorities of the foundation. She identifies capital... Read More →
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Meg Massey

PFSI Communications Manager, The Urban Institute
Meg Massey is a policy associate in the Urban Institute’s Research to Action Lab and is the outreach and communications manager for the Lab’s Pay for Success Initiative. She works with experts, practitioners, and other stakeholders to identify and tell compelling stories about... Read More →
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Stephanie Mercier

Director, CSH
Stephanie Mercier has more than ten years of experience working with communities to strategically address the needs of their most vulnerable citizens particularly as it relates to homelessness and housing. As a Senior Program Manager with the Government Affairs and Innovations team... Read More →

Wednesday January 24, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm MST
Officer's Club—East Room