Ehren Dohler is a doctoral student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Social Work. His research focuses on safety net programs, homelessness, and housing insecurity. He has worked in the housing sector for more than a decade. He has helped advance housing assistance policy at the national level and in North Carolina and helped lead Continuums of Care in Missouri and North Carolina. He was awarded a summer research grant by UNC Center for the Study of the American South to examine FEMA assistance receipt after Hurricane Florence among mobile home residents in North Carolina.
Degrees and LicensesAM, University of Chicago
BA, Northwestern University
Research and Professional InterestsHousing Policy
Poverty and Inequality
Safety Net Policy