M.S. in Public Policy and Management, University of Washington, 2014
MPA, University of Utah, 2011
B.F.A. in Modern Dance, University of Utah, 2003
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Kathleen Moore started the Evans School Ph.D. program in Public Policy and Management in 2011. Prior to joining the program, she worked as a Data Analyst Intern and later a Research Analyst at the Utah State Community Services Office, conducting data collection and analysis on the state’s homeless services system. Kathleen earned a Master of Public Administration from University of Utah in 2011. She also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Modern Dance from the University of Utah. Kathleen’s research interests include housing policy, homelessness policy, and social policy. 

Current Position: 
Social Scientist, Business Strategy Consultants LLC
Specializations: 
Housing Policy
Dissertation title: 
Rental Market Discrimination & the Housing Choice Voucher Program
Dissertation Committee Members: 
Robert D. Plotnick (chair)
Kyle Crowder (Sociology)
Marieka Klawitter
Jennifer Romich (School of Social Work)
Dissertation URL: 
https://digital.lib.washington.edu/researchworks/handle/1773/39821
Major Area Paper (MAP) Title: 
Lists & Lotteries: Rationing in the House Choice Voucher Program