Housing and Homelessness Analyst
Morgan Stephenson has a passion for solving problems creatively and understanding the needs of clients and communities. She brings extensive experience supporting non-profit, local, State, and Federal government clients with program implementation, program evaluations, and capacity building. She provides trainings and daily on-call support around performance report data to state and non-profit clients under HUD’s Community Planning and Development Data Analytics contract. Ms. Stephenson also sits on HUD’s HOPWA (Housing Assistance for Person’s with AIDS) help desk and has experience working with communities to build their HOPWA program capacity.
Additionally, Ms. Stephenson has held roles in many diverse Housing and Public Health projects during her 4 years at Cloudburst. Through her diverse project experience, she has developed excellent skills around qualitative and quantitative data analysis, data synthesis, technical writing, and researching.
Prior to joining The Cloudburst Group, Ms. Stephenson held positions as a teacher, editor, and outreach worker for several organizations, including the U.S. State Department. 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.”