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In this role, Ms. Hall manages the EPA’s Smart Growth Implementation Assistance program for states and local communities, serves as a staff expert on green infrastructure policies for water management, and represents land use and water management issues on EPA’s Climate Change Adaption Team.
Ms. Hall initiated formal EPA partnership with FEMA’s disaster recovery and mitigation programs and manages National Awards for Smart Growth Achievement. Ms. Hall earned both her BA and MA in Anthropological Sciences from Stanford University.
More specifically Ms. Hall’s research will seek to understand the ways that redevelopment and reinvestment build resiliency to the impacts of climate change.
Ms. Hall’s research will include investigation of at least one place-based project, such as waterfront or neighborhood redevelopment, to examine the success of policy implementation on the ground. In addition to presenting the results of her research to the HUD-DOT-EPA Partnership for Sustainable Communities, Ms. Hall will produce a policy brief that will be released by GMF at the completion of her fellowship.