Areas of Expertise: Housing
As a Senior Policy Analyst, Rice's work focuses on the impact of federal housing policy on low-income families.
Rice came to the Center in 2005 with a wide range of experience in policy analysis, advocacy, and education.
Most recently, he was Director of Housing and Community Development Policy at Catholic Charities USA, which represents one of the nation’s largest networks of housing and social service providers.
Prior to that, he worked as a consultant and taught at the University of San Francisco.
Rice has a bachelor's degree from Harvard University and doctorate from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
- Sequestration Could Deny Rental Assistance to 140,000 Low-Income Families
- Deficit Reduction Deal Without Substantial New Revenues Would Almost Certainly Force Deep Cuts in Housing Assistance
- Senate Funding Bill Improves on President's Budget Request for Rental Assistance
- President’s Budget Not Sufficient to Renew Rental Assistance Fully for Low-Income Households
- Proposal to Greatly Expand “Moving To Work” Initiative Risks Deep Cuts in Housing Assistance Over Time