About NeighborhoodInfo DC


Peter Tatian
Peter A. Tatian
Senior Fellow

Leah Hendey
Leah Hendey
Senior Research Associate

Rob Pitingolo
Research Associate

Katya Abazajian
Research Assistant

Maia Woluchem
Research Assistant

Simone Zhang
Research Assistant

Through policy expertise and the ability to transform data into actionable information, NeighborhoodInfo DC seeks to build the capacity of residents, community organizations, foundations, and local government to use data for decisionmaking, program planning, and advocacy to improve the quality of life for low-income neighborhoods and residents in the District of Columbia and the Washington region. NeighborhoodInfo DC is a project of the Urban Institute and a partner of the National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership (NNIP), a peer network dedicated to promoting the democratization and use of local data for community building and decisionmaking.

NeighborhoodInfo DC democratizes data in the District of Columbia and the Washington Region by:

Data Partnerships and Sources

NeighborhoodInfo DC cleans and stores data files, creating indicators in standardized geographies, from these and other sources and makes the data available in a manner consistent with the agreements negotiated with these providers.

Current and Recent Funders

NeighborhoodInfo DC receives funding from local and national sources, who provide general support and fund specific projects and products. Current funders include:

Updated 4/8/2015