Articles By: Christy Rogers

Christy Rogers

Christy focuses on equitable neighborhood revitalization and housing policy issues. She helped lead Kirwan's national initiative on "Subprime Lending, Foreclosure and Race" in October 2008. She manages consulting and research initiatives that advance equitable community development, and has jointly authored many Institute reports, including "Communities of Opportunity: A Framework for a More Equitable and Sustainable Future for All." She has presented to the Ohio Planning Conference, the Race, Ethnicity and Place Conference, and the Association of American Geographers. Prior to joining Kirwan, she worked for five years in municipal planning and land use/construction litigation support in Chicago. Christy has undergraduate and graduate degrees in English from Carleton College and Ohio University, respectively, and a professional degree in Landscape Architecture (MLA) from the Harvard Design School. She is currently ABD in Geography at The Ohio State University. Christy volunteers at the United Way of Central Ohio as a member of the Building Vibrant Neighborhoods Impact Council.

Why rich steal from poor? Because they can

Why rich steal from poor? Because they can
Zalubowski/AP On Wednesday, November 18th, the Kirwan Institute, along with the Poverty & Race Research Action Council, the National Community Reinvestment Coalition, the National Fair Housing Alliance, the Center for Responsible Lending, and the National Council of La Raza, co-hosted a policy meeting...
November 20th, 2009 | Housing, Racial Equity | Read More