Program Manager, International and Institute-Wide Initiatives
At the Lincoln Institute, Sam’s research has focused on the history of urban redevelopment projects in the U.S., and the fiscal challenges facing local municipal governments around the world, and he has edited a volume on urban land issues. His work in organizational learning supports cross-disciplinary efforts across the Institute’s many areas of expertise. Previously, he worked with the ProPetén Foundation in Guatemala, protecting indigenous land rights and supporting sustainable community development, and with community organizations in Worcester, Massachusetts, supporting families fighting to keep their homes in the wake of the foreclosure crisis. He holds B.A and M.A. in international development and social change, both from Clark University.