Jeffrey Morgan is Director of Real Estate Development for Historic Boston Incorporated. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Iowa State University and his Master in Real Estate and Urban Development degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. His design work has garnered awards in affordable housing, historic preservation, master planning, and urban design. Jeffrey is an Edward M. Gramlich Fellow of the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies and NeighborWorks America, where his research involves the role of community development corporations at the intersection of micro-business development and inner-city neighborhood business district redevelopment.
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