Doctoral Student, Department of City and Regional Planning
B.S., University of Wisconsin – La Crosse
MURP, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities
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Jaramillo is a research associate at CURS and a doctoral candidate in the UNC Department of City and Regional Planning. His research explores the relationship between housing and social inequality, with a particular focus on how home environments influence health and self-sufficiency outcomes.
At CURS, Jaramillo provides research assistance for a number of projects, including a five-year evaluation of the Charlotte Housing Authority’s Moving to Work program and a study that examines the long-term health and well-being outcomes of children who grow up in Department of Housing and Urban Development housing.
He is also a Ford Foundation predoctoral fellow and previously worked as a researcher for a variety of housing and community development organizations in the Twin Cities including the Minnesota Housing Partnership, Minnesota Housing Finance Agency and University of Minnesota Extension.