Oksana Mironova

Oksana Mironova

Housing Policy Analyst

Joined CSS: 2017

Departments & Programs

Housing Policy

Bio

As a housing policy analyst with the Community Service Society, Oksana Mironova researches and advocates for housing policies that benefit low-income New Yorkers and works in coalition with grassroots organizations. Her research focuses on publicly subsidized, privately owned housing and current issues impacting low-income New Yorkers, including displacement, evictions, and homelessness.  Prior to CSS, Oksana worked with organizations across the housing field, including Tenants & Neighbors, the West Side Federation for Senior and Supportive Housing, and Enterprise Community Partners. Her writing about affordable housing, urban planning, and public space has appeared in Urban Omnibus, Metropolitics, Shelterforce, and other publications. Oksana was born in the former Soviet Union and grew up in Brooklyn. She holds a Master’s in Urban Planning from CUNY Hunter. You can follow her on Twitter at @OksanaMironov.

 

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