Speaker: Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate, The Stephen S. Fuller Institute, George Mason University
April 23rd, 2019, 7:00-9:00
377 Maple Avenue, West Vienna, VA 22180
Since the year 2000, the population of the Washington region has increased by over 1 million people. During this period, however, more people have moved away from our region to elsewhere in the US than have moved here from other parts of the country. What’s driving this different, and what does it say about the region’s economic competitiveness and cost of living? Who are the people moving into are region, and how do they differ from those who are moving out? What do these migration trends imply about the future of our region, and what do we need to do to remain attractive to potential in-migrants?
Join us on April 23 as Jeannette Chapman, Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate for The Stephen S. Fuller Institute at George Mason, discuss the recent trends in migration (domestic and foreign) in the Washington region, the factors that drive in-migration and out-migration, and the future implications for our region. She’ll also respond to your questions.
Dinner Cost: Members – $39 Non-Members – $49
Payment can be made by credit card in advance — or at the event with check or cash.
To pay by credit card, request an invoice in your RSVP message.
Please state your meal preference with your RSVP
Fish, Chicken, Beef, or Vegetarian
About the speaker
Jeannette Chapman is the Deputy Director and Senior Research Associate of The Stephen S. Fuller Institute, The Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University. She joined George Mason University in 2013 as the Research Associate at the Center for Regional Analysis (CRA). Prior to joining George Mason University, she was the Research Associate for Economic Growth and Development at the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) where she analyzed the major sectors of the downtown D.C. economy.
Ms. Chapman received bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia (2006) and a master’s degree in Public Policy from George Mason University (2015). Ms. Chapman was the recipient of the Alexis De Tocqueville Award for Outstanding Public Policy Student at George Mason University and is a member of Pi Alpha Alpha, the International Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration.
Ms. Chapman has authored more than 80 articles, reports and video scripts on housing, employment and demographic trends, including monthly reports and video scripts on the Washington and Baltimore metropolitan areas’ housing markets (6/2013 to 12/2014) and bi-monthly articles on the Northern Virginia housing market (7/2015 to 12/2016). Prior to joining George Mason, she provided analysis for an annual State of Downtown report (2010 to 2013), which examined the economic competitiveness of DowntownDC BID area performance relative to the region and other major metropolitan areas. Her recent projects include analyzing the current and future housing needs for Loudoun County, VA, the City of Rockville, MD, and Arlington County, VA. She has also researched the changing demographics and labor force of the Washington metropolitan area.