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Email: loeb_fellowship@gsd.harvard.edu
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617-495-9345
Fax: 617-384-9529

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Loeb Fellowship
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
48 Quincy Street
Cambridge, MA 02138

James Stockard (Loeb Fellow '78) serves as the Curator of the Loeb Fellowship at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Prior to assuming that role in 1997, Mr. Stockard had a 27 year career as a consultant, working in the fields of affordable housing and community development.  Based on that experience, he teaches courses on the US housing delivery system and on neighborhood analysis and development at the GSD.  His consulting work included assignments ranging from housing production to policy analysis and program evaluation. He also conducted a wide range of training activities for public agencies and non-profits. His work has involved projects at the local, state and national levels.  He was the Principal Investigator for the Public Housing Operating Cost Study commissioned by the US Congress.  Prior to that, he served as the Special Master for the District of Columbia Housing Authority when it was under the supervision of Federal Judge Stephan Graae. He has contributed articles to volumes on housing policy and serves on several housing-related boards for public agencies in Cambridge and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Sally Young, Program Coordinator, has been administering the Loeb Fellowship Program since 1998. She organizes lectures, seminars,and symposia at the GSD; collaborates with Loeb Fellows and the Exhibitions Department in implementing the Loeb Fellows Exhibition program; and co-curates the Bruner Loeb Forum with colleagues at the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence. She has been involved in the arts and the creative economy as a founding Board Member of the Arsenal Center for the Arts in Watertown, Mass., and is a watercolor artist specializing in “urban sketching.” She is a graduate of Bates College and holds a Masters Degree in Community Organizing and Social Planning from Temple University.

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