Faculty & Staff
Tim H. Davis
Senior Research Fellow, Center for Social Policy
Davis has been committed to improving Boston and its neighborhoods for the past 17 years, and in the process he has developed a deep understanding of the city, its institutions, and its people, as well as the data that tells Boston's story. Davis graduated from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where he was a Rappaport Boston Urban Fellow. In previous positions, Davis worked as a Senior Research Analyst at the City of Boston Department of Neighborhood Development and as Director of Research for the Boston Foundation's Boston Indicators Project. For the Center for Social Policy, Davis has worked on a number of projects related to foreclosures, fair housing and community development, and currently is focused on research and evaluation related to the Boston Foundation's Fairmount Corridor Initiative.
Center for Social Policy
University of Massachusetts Boston
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