As an international studies major, Jane Katz came to Washington, D.C. with high ideals about the future. Yet like many who have had a non-linear career path, she found herself working in the housing arena, spending time at HUD and Fannie Mae.
Her background would turn out highly useful, as she rose to become director of international affairs and programs with Habitat for Humanity, where she manages the Global Housing Indicators Project. She’s worked at challenging governments to work on behalf of their citizens for better living conditions and housing opportunities. She describes her views current housing debates and where sound policies can make the difference.
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