NLIHC is pleased to welcome Dan Threet as its newest research analyst.
Dan will work with the research team to document and analyze the housing needs of extremely low-income renters. He will lead NLIHC’s Rental Housing Programs Database project, which will identify and analyze how states and cities use their own resources in responding to the affordable housing crisis for renters with low incomes. He will also assist with NLIHC’s research on disaster recovery.
Dan is a recent graduate of Georgetown University, where he earned a Ph.D. in Philosophy. His research in that field centered on political philosophy, distributive justice, and the demands of social equality. He comes to NLIHC by way of the Mellon/ACLS Public Fellowship, which places recent humanities and social science PhDs in public-service organizations. Dan has an M.A. in Philosophy from the University of Houston, an M.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University, and a B.A. in Philosophy and English from the College of Charleston.
Please join us in welcoming Dan to the NLIHC team.