Robert Embry has been a change agent in Baltimore, playing a pivotal role in shaping the area’s housing policy as Commissioner of the Department of Housing and Community Development for Baltimore and as Assistant Secretary of HUD during the Carter administration.
In this podcast, he discusses controversies and successes in his native Baltimore and how to address wider housing issues, such as what housing policies must do to improve quality of life and create strategies that build a sustainable community. Hear why some of his work to help families change neighborhoods drew controversy, and what the future holds for driving upward mobility.
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