Lecturer in Urban Planning
Master of Arts in Urban Planning, UCLA
Areas of Interest:Real Estate Development
Office Location:5276, Public Affairs
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Joan Ling is a real estate adviser and policy analyst in urban planning.
She has experience in real estate financial analysis, affordable housing and urban mixed use development, and state and local land use and housing policy, legislation and regulation.
Ling is Board Director, Housing California and MoveLA and former Treasurer, Community Redevelopment Agency of the City of Los Angeles and former Executive Director, Community Corporation of Santa Monica.
Here current research focus is on the nexus between land use policy and real estate development as well as analysis of community benefits project and program level feasibility.