Morgan Reuther is a dual master’s candidate pursuing degrees in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation. Morgan’s research and work focus primarily on affordable and supportive housing in New York City. She is interested in the intersection of housing and health and how increased affordability and housing quality can measurably improve health outcomes for residents and communities. She is also interested in new models for housing populations experiencing homelessness and the political and financial mechanisms necessary to implement them at scale in New York City. Prior to entering graduate school, Morgan worked as a Proposal Coordinator at FXCollaborative Architects and as an Architectural Designer at VMDO Architects. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Urban & Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia with a minor in Architecture, and has completed coursework at Harvard Business School and the University College of London Bartlett School of Architecture.