Morgan Stephenson is an Analyst in The Cloudburst Group’s Housing and Community Development practice area. She is a lead provider of technical assistance, training, and comprehensive performance report data validation to grant recipients of HUD’s Housing Opportunities for Person’s with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) program.
Ms. Stephenson has over 2 years of experience working at Cloudburst and has gained wide-ranging technical skill in data analysis, research, project management assistance, and writing. She has experience with a variety of Housing and Public Health projects, including: Equal Access Rule Trainings, HMIS Data Dashboarding, Vets@Home TA Initiative, Affordable Housing Preservation Clinics, the Private Well Community of Practice in CDC’s Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects, SAMHSA’s Now Is The Time TA Initiative, and SAMHSA’s Program Evaluation for Prevention Contract (PEP-C) TA Initiative.
Prior to joining The Cloudburst Group, Ms. Stephenson worked as a teacher and an editor. She received her B.A. in Classics and History of Science from St. John’s College.
In Her Own Words
“There were 564,708 people literally homeless in the U.S. on a single night in 2015. We strive to improve community systems capacity, best practices, and coordination to bring that number continually down.”