Madeleine E. G. Parker
I currently am a Presidential Management Fellow in the Office of Policy Development and Research at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
I recently completed my PhD in City and Regional Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. My dissertation examined the impacts of rezonings in Seattle on housing supply, residential mobility, and transportation outcomes. More broadly, my research focuses on increasing equity in cities at the intersection of housing, land use, and transportation policies.
I received a Master in Public Affairs from Princeton University and a Bachelor’s degree in Geography from Dartmouth College. I previously worked in affordable housing in New York City government. I have also conducted research with the World Bank, SPUR, and with The Terner Center, The Urban Displacement Project, and the Institute of Transportation Studies at UC Berkeley.