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Mijo is a program officer at the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
In this role, he works to communicate the importance of rental housing in the U.S. economy and to limit the influence cities have on climate.
He came to the Foundation from the U.S. Government Accountability Office, where he led evaluations on the Basel II Accord’s impact on global and domestic banking competition and the effects of eminent domain actions on property owners and communities. Previously, he was director of property and asset management at Heartland Housing Incorporated, where he managed a portfolio of properties that offered on-site social services and worked to help revitalize severely distressed public housing communities. Earlier, he advocated on behalf of homeless families during a period of welfare reform while at the Los Angeles Coalition to End Hunger and Homelessness.
Mijo received his Masters degree in Public Policy Studies from the University of Chicago.
Mijo Vodopic works on the following MacArthur programs and projects: