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Cheryl DiMonte

Doctoral Student


Cheryl received her BA in History and Social Work from Bradley University (2009) and MSSA in Community and Social Development from Case Western Reserve University (2010). Throughout her education, she worked with various community groups to fight for access to mental health services in rural areas, healthy supermarkets in food deserts, and tools to address vacant housing in low income neighborhoods. After graduation, her passion for macro level social work led to an 8-year career in various roles as a public servant for Columbus City Council in Ohio. Her research interests include policy analysis in the areas of housing stability and affordability as well intervention methods to help prevent evictions.