Samantha Moskol comes to Strategic Economics with a background in housing policy and real estate market analysis. Sam is particularly interested in investigating the drivers of investment that influence neighborhood change and in supporting equitable development through nuanced data analyses . Before joining the Strategic Economics team, Sam held a range of internships where she gained experience in land use economics, land use law, and historic preservation policy.
Sam holds a Master of Community and Regional Planning from the University of Texas at Austin, where she specialized in affordable housing and land use planning. For her capstone project at UT, she researched the feasibility of a density bonus program for “Missing Middle” housing development in Austin. Prior to her graduate studies, she received a Bachelor of Arts in History from University of Wisconsin-Madison.