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

Social Capital: A Tale of Caution and a Tale of Hope for Charlotte

This article was written by the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute.

Five key findings about the impact of COVID-19 on local renters and prioritizing rental assistance

COVID-19 has had an immediate and potentially lasting impact on the housing stability of low-income renters in Charlotte and the nation.

Child and youth integrated homelessness data report: Part 3

Last week’s blog post provided an in-depth look at the key findings from The Child...

Child and youth integrated homelessness data report: Part 2

Last week’s blog post featured the release of The Child...