Taz George is the CED associate program lead in the community development and policy studies division of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. His research examines a range of community development topics, including housing affordability and access to mortgage credit in underserved areas. Before joining the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, he was a research associate at the Urban Institute’s Housing Finance Policy Center.
George holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology with honors from Stanford University, and he is currently an MBA candidate at The University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
With Alanna McCargo, Bing Bai and Sarah Strochak, 2018, "Small-dollar mortgages for single-family residential properties," report, Urban Institue, April.