Emily Moss

MBA/MCP Candidate

Emily Moss is an MBA/MCP candidate with a focus on affordable housing and local economic development. She is also a Housing Fellow with the sustainability group at Bloomberg Associates, a pro bono consulting service for city governments operated by Bloomberg Philanthropies. While at MIT, Emily has been awarded a Rappaport Public Policy Fellowship to work in the City of Boston Mayor's Office of Economic Opportunity and Inclusion as well as a Priscilla King Gray Public Service Fellowship to work with the Cambridge Housing Authority. Prior to graduate school, Emily worked in Massachusetts state government providing policy analysis and operational support for public housing, and at the Brookings Institution researching economic policy and inequality. Emily is dedicated to grounding her policy interests in service. She has regularly volunteered in homeless shelters and currently serves on the Innbassador Council at the Pine Street Inn in Boston. She is also a board member of nonprofit the Sunflower Initiative and a fellow with the Philanthropy Connection, a women's collective giving group that awards grants to Boston-area nonprofits. Emily holds a BA from Wellesley College with honors in economics and political science, where she was named a Truman Scholar.