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- Los Angeles22
After several years as a policy advocate in the housing and labor movement in Los Angeles, Brady Collins focuses his teaching and research on community and economic development, civic engagement, ethnic enclaves, urban governance, and social capital.
Dr. Alvaro Huerta teaches and conducts research on the intersecting domains of community & economic development, Chicana/o & Latina/o studies, immigration & Mexican diaspora, social movements, social networks and the informal economy.
Renford Reese has more than a decade of experience creating and managing academic programs for people in prison and the formerly incarcerated.
Michael Reibel is an urban geographer and demographer with research expertise in neighborhood scale social demography, neighborhood effects in public health and geographic information systems (GIS).