Kate Harwood (née Hausdorff) is a doctoral student at NYU Wagner and a doctoral fellow at the Furman Center. She is interested in urban economics and, in particular, developing research around low-income housing policy and homelessness. Prior to her doctoral work, Kate worked as a Senior Analyst at Abt Associates conducting policy-relevant research. She holds an M.S. in Economics from Tufts University.
Hsi-Ling Liao is a doctoral fellow at the NYU Furman Center and a doctoral student at NYU Wagner. She previously worked at a research and advocacy nonprofit, helping the organization use data and empirical evidence to examine the impact of immigration. She is broadly interested in urban and public economics. Hsi-Ling holds a B.A. in Economics from National Taiwan University and a M.P.A. from NYU.
Sarah Strochak is a doctoral student at NYU Wagner and a doctoral fellow at the Furman Center. She previously worked as a researcher at the Urban Institute in the Housing Finance Policy Center. Her research interests are centered around housing finance, including access to credit, housing markets, and affordability. She holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.
Kristen Tauber is a doctoral student at NYU Wagner and a doctoral fellow at the Furman Center. She previously worked as a research analyst in the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland’s research department. Her research interests are urban economics and housing policy, with particular interest in housing affordability programs and neighborhood effects. She holds a B.S. in Mathematics and Economics from the University of Delaware.