Graduate Research Assistant
"The chance to work with LEO was a primary reason I chose Notre Dame’s PhD program in Economics. LEO has enriched my education by affording opportunities to put theory into practice, contribute to evidence-based policy solutions, and learn from leading practitioners in the anti-poverty space. I believe that working with LEO has made me a better economist and a better person by helping me understand issues faced by the nation’s most vulnerable communities."
Henry is pursuing a PhD in Economics at Notre Dame and has worked as a research assistant with LEO since 2019. He studies the effectiveness of homelessness prevention programs and supports the LEO team by managing data requests for various projects. Henry earned a BA in Economics from The University of Alabama. His research interests include health, housing and labor economics.
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