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Megan Haberle

Director of Housing Policy
Poverty & Race Research Action Council

Washington, D.C.

Megan Haberle is Director of Housing Policy at the Poverty & Race Research Action Council (PRRAC), and leads PRRAC's work in housing and environmental justice policy. Her focus is on policy designs, public education, and technical assistance relating to government programs and civil rights. She also serves as editor of PRRAC's quarterly journal, Poverty & Race. Ms. Haberle has co-authored a number of PRRAC reports, including Accessing Opportunity: Recommendations for Marketing and Tenant Selection in LIHTC and Other Housing Programs (December 2012), and Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing at HUD: A First Term Report Card (January 2013). Before coming to PRRAC, Megan worked at The Opportunity Agenda, a social justice policy and communications lab, and in private litigation practice in New York. She is a graduate of Columbia Law School, where she was an Executive Editor of the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, and Swarthmore College, where she studied anthropology. Prior to law school, she worked at the ACLU National Legal Department and as an English teacher in South Korea. (Member of the New York bar)