Chasidy Miles (M.R.P. ’21) has been selected as a finalist for the Crisis Management Case Challenge, hosted by the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSA Council) at Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy. Miles and her teammate Yadira Gallegos will be presenting their policy memo to a panel of subject matter experts on November 7th at the University of Southern California. Selected finalists will have a chance to win the 1st place prize of $2,000.
The 8th annual case challenge focuses on homelessness – a public health crisis. The HSA Council invited teams of graduate students to create innovative, public health solutions to address this crisis. Previous case challenges have focused on issues that have largely impacted vulnerable communities in the Los Angeles metro area.
The finalist presentations will be open to the public. Registration is free.