Dan Treglia is an Associate Professor of Practice at the University of Pennsylvania, Associate Faculty Director of Penn’s Partnership for Effective Public Administration and Leadership Ethics (PEPALE), and a Senior Research Fellow at United For ALICE.
He has dedicated his career to ameliorating seemingly intractable social policy problems through collaborative and innovative research that engages governments, nonprofits, and people with lived experience, and training students to do the same. His research documents the scope and consequences of income and housing instability and homelessness, and he uses big data and qualitative methods to better understand the macro and micro-level to understand complex problems and help governments and nonprofits take action.
He has a PhD in Social Welfare from the School of Social Policy and Practice and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Learn more about Dan and his work at www.socialpolicyanalytics.com.