Caroline Nagy is the Deputy Director for Policy and Research at the Center for NYC Neighborhoods, where her research and advocacy work is focused on consumer financial protection, affordable homeownership, and sea level rise.
Caroline's research has been cited in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, and she regularly provides expert testimony on housing policy issues to the New York City Council and New York State Legislature. She has also organized several coalitions, including United to End Homelessness, a coalition of more than 100 organizations created to highlight New York City’s homelessness crisis during the 2013 Mayoral election, and the Coalition for Affordable Homes, which works to prevent displacement in New York City’s working-class neighborhoods.
Prior to joining the Center, Caroline served as a policy associate at Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, and has also worked at the Center for Collaborative Change and the NYU Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy. She received a JD from NYU School of Law in 2010, and graduated from Ohio University with a BA and MA in Political Science in 2004.