Niki Deininger is a Data Analyst with the Housing and Community Development practice area and the Global Development practice area.
Before joining Cloudburst, Ms. Deininger conducted research and data analysis on federal rental assistance programs at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. In this role, she also monitored state use of Medicaid waivers to provide housing-related services for individuals with substance use disorder, mental health conditions, and experience with the criminal justice system. Ms. Deininger also provided administrative, public relations, and grant-writing support for a small nonprofit outside Philadelphia that offers material assistance for individuals and families experiencing crisis, homelessness, and poverty.
Ms. Deininger has a master’s in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University Heinz College as well as a B.A. in International Affairs from Skidmore College.