Dr. Stephanie Moulton is an associate professor in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University, a faculty affiliate of the Center for Financial Security at the University of Wisconsin, and a visiting scholar at the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank. Dr. Moulton specializes in the design, implementation, and evaluation of housing and consumer finance policies and programs, with an emphasis on vulnerable populations. She has published more than two dozen journal articles, a book, and several book chapters, with her research being featured in news outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Consumer Reports, Bloomberg, and The Washington Post. Her current research focuses homeownership and mortgages for older adults including reverse mortgages, homeownership programs and foreclosure interventions administered by state housing finance agencies, and programs designed to improve consumer financial well-being including credit counseling, financial coaching, and behavioral interventions. She has served as principal investigator for numerous studies estimating the impact of financial interventions on household outcomes, including evaluations with the National League of Cities, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Fannie Mae, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Moulton received her PhD from Indiana University in 2008.
AC19 Presentation: Taking It Online: Digital Mortgages, Apps, and Other Innovations