NYU Furman Center’s By the Numbers: Concentrated Poverty

June 7, 2017
NYU Furman Center

By the Numbers: Concentrated Poverty

Presented in conjunction with the release of the NYU Furman Center’s State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods in 2016 report, this year’s forum focuses on poverty and its spatial concentration, including recent changes in poverty across New York City’s neighborhoods and demographic groups. The panel discusses trends in New York City, how they compare to the experiences of other cities, and strategies for addressing concentrated poverty and its effects.

Katherine M. O’Regan, Faculty Director, NYU Furman Center & Professor of Public Policy and Planning, NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

Jacob W. Faber, Assistant Professor of Public Service, NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
Paul Francis, Deputy Secretary for Health and Human Services, Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo
Jennifer Jones Austin, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
Robin Snyderman, Principal, BRicK Partners, LLC
Gustavo Velasquez, Director of the Washington-Area Research Initiative, Urban Institute, and former Assistant Secretary for the Office of Fair Housing at the Department of Housing and Urban Development