Bridget Anderson

Research Associate
Sycamore 206

Bridget is a research associate at the Charlotte Urban Institute. She provides data insights on community issues including homelessness and public health, as well as evaluation services to organizations in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area. Prior to working at the Charlotte Urban Institute, Bridget worked on a federally-funded teen pregnancy prevention initiative at Cabarrus Health Alliance as well as other community initiatives in her role as an AmeriCorps VISTA member. Bridget has a Bachelor's and Masters degree in Public Health. 

Stories by Bridget Anderson

Introducing the homelessness prevention integrated data report

(This article has been reposted with permission from the Building Bridges Blog.

New report release: Single adult homelessness integrated data

Mecklenburg County Community Support Services recently released the...

Trust in neighbors and police: Who has it and what does it mean for Charlotte?

This article was written by the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute.