Alison Harte has extensive background and knowledge in policy and program implementation, with focus on supportive housing for families and young adults. As Associate Director for the Easter Region at the Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), Ms. Harte manages CSH’s efforts to replicate supportive housing models for child-welfare-involved families and heads the new Child Welfare and Supportive Housing Resource Center. Tied to this initiative, she leads a unique public-private partnership between four philanthropic institutions and the US Department of Health and Human Services/Administration for Children Youth and Families (ACYF). Previously, as Senior Program Manager at CSH, she led the design, implementation, and evaluation of the initial Keeping Families Together pilot in New York City, which demonstrated the efficacy of supportive housing for child-welfare-involved families. Ms. Harte also oversaw New York’s work around supportive housing for young adults aging out of foster care. Alison earned a Master of Social Work degree from Boston College.