Gregory Mills, Senior Fellow in the Center for Labor, Human Services, and Population, brings more than thirty years of experience in conducting policy analysis and evaluation research on programs to promote the economic mobility of low-income households. His work has focused on wide-ranging program areas that include asset-building, housing assistance, nutritional support, child support, and community development. Having recently rejoined the Urban Institute (where he worked in the 1980s), Dr. Mills held previous positions at Abt Associates, Harvard University, the Massachusetts Executive Office of Economic Affairs, and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation). He has directed many experimental and quasi-experimental studies using survey data and administrative records to estimate the effects of programs on participating households. These projects include large-scale, multi-year randomized studies of individual development accounts, housing vouchers, and homeownership counseling. These evaluations typically combine impact estimation with process studies focusing on qualitative dimensions of agency implementation and participant experience. Dr. Mills received his Ph.D. in Public Policy at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.