Program Associate, National Land Bank Network
Mallory Rappaport is the Program Associate for the National Land Bank Network (NLBN) at Community Progress, America’s nonprofit leader for turning “Vacant Spaces into Vibrant Places.”
Rappaport coordinates the research, data collection, and outreach efforts for the NLBN team, which provides support and resources to land banks across the country, addressing vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated property challenges. Prior to joining Community Progress, Rappaport worked as a housing data analyst for the Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership, where she managed internal data and created tools for primary program operations and special projects, including an emergency rental assistance program.
Her experience also includes a background in program management, research, communications, and direct practice at a variety of local and national nonprofits in Philadelphia and Washington, District of Columbia. She received a dual Master of Science in Social Policy and Master of Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She also received a bachelor’s degree from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.